The Federal Budget for 1957: A Two-part Analysis of the Current Federal Budget Process, Commentary on the Nature and Proper Objectives of that Process, and Appraisal of the 1957 Spending Program with Specific Suggestions for Reducing the Federal Expenditures Below Their 1956 Level
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appropriation banks budget balance Budget Expenditures Budget for 1957 budget message burden cash borrowing Commission on Intergovernmental continued cost debt held debt paper debt retirement defense deficit doctrine duction economic growth effect enacted estimated expenditures expansion expansionist trend federal aid federal budget federal expenditures federal financial federal government federal grants federal spending federally affected areas financing fiscal policy fiscal powers fiscal year 1957 foreign aid funds provided further Government Economy Committee government-owned corporation governmental Hoover Commission income increase of debt incurred interest Intergovernmental Relations involved issue June 30 limiting funds applied loans military million monetary money supply non-military obligational authority plans policy position postal rates provided by operations public assistance purchasing power purpose recommended Reductions by limiting responsibility result revenue school construction school districts Small Business Administration spending programs step substantial suggestions surplus Table tax rates tax reduction Treasury trust funds urban renewal