We are now in the middle of the battle over the 1984 budget. The president is browbeating us to “stay the course”; we have to derail him. Our job is not only to restore the services he would cut but to demand economic development, jobs, and the satisfaction of human needs.
Reagan’s supporters have tried to create the impression that this budget is “realistic” and “reasonable.” It is—but only if you compare it with the loony fantasies that had...
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