Commentary

Commentary

One of Britain's leading banks suffered some horrible publicity a few years ago when an exasperated
Since the November 1986 election, all the public and private signals coming

from Washington h
We should ponder William Cotter's concerns about administration plans to abolish automobile fuel eff
OF THE MANY BUZZWORDS connected with trade legislation these days, one in particular carries ominous
THE HEAD OF THE MARITIME ADMINISTRATION, John Gaughan, told of the agency's policies and objectives
THINGS ARE LOOKING UP for the Reagan administration. The president's television address, plus the ap
As everyone knows the rain does not fall mainly on the plain. Nor does the slush merely flush the un
A TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS BILL, designed to clean up errors or oversights in the complex tax reform la
US Does Support

Its Merchant FleetRep. Walter B. Jones' article, "Support the U.S. Merchant
GREAT BRITAIN'S SHIPPING INDUSTRY is becoming alarmed at the prospect of a shortage of deck officers
I was intrigued by Professor Wallace's piece, "Looking at the Wrong Numbers," (JofC, Feb. 3) because
The battle over U.S. textiles and apparel trade policy is about to be rejoined.

Its outcome
To eliminate the trade deficit and service our debt, we must lower costs of production relative to p
EVERYBODY TALKS ABOUT IT, but nobody does anything about it. That observation about the weather, pro