What Spending Boom?

Miller, John
November 2003
Dollars & Sense;Nov/Dec2003, Issue 250, p9
Comments on "The Wall Street Journal" editorial on August 27, 2003 which blamed the U.S. budget deficits on a boost in congressional spending. Projections on public expenditures released by the Congressional Budget Office; Assessment of federal budget outlays; Impact of the war finance on domestic spending; Arguments against the tax cuts implemented by President George W. Bush.


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