Commentary

Commentary

THERE MAY BE a bright side to last week's unfortunate Al Campanis episode.

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FOR THE LAST HALF CENTURY, a gaping hole has existed in the nation's truck safety laws - a hole big
THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT'S STANCE that present exchange rates are satisfactory surprises a number of
Larry Speakes, President Reagan's former chief spokesman, is heading up communications for Merrill
OXYMORONS ABOUND in Washington, and the regulators of our merchant marine frequently employ one of t
SIMPLE FAIRNESS DICTATES the Interstate Commerce Commission reconsider its decision of last July th
A delicate balance exists between export controls and trade promotion.

Excessively restrictiv
Finance ministers from the developing countries voiced great concern here this week about a slowdown
A great U.S. newspaper, looking for reasons behind the "spy scandal" involving marines and a dazzlin
Some of my best friends are, or have been, press agents.

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A GROUP OF FARMERS, with no apparent affiliation or even any designated leader, successfully shut do
IF THERE WERE ANY DOUBTS that the burgeoning securities scandal has spread beyond U.S. borders, they
SOMETIMES IT SEEMS THE GOVERNMENT and industries pepper us with more economic statistics than we kno
TWICE NOW IN recent weeks, important officials from Japan and West Germany have dismissed the notio