The Constitution and the Budget: Are Constitutional Limits on Tax, Spending, and Budget Powers Desirable at the Federal Level?
William S. Moore, Rudolph Gerhard Penner
American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, Jan 1, 1980 - Budget - 155 pages
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