Commentary

Commentary

We need to impose disciplines and practices that will foster reasonable, but not excessive, debt cre
MUCH HAS BEEN MADE of the transition of the U.S. economy from manufacturing to services. But somethi
AFTER 150 YEARS of not being able to do so, members of the House of Representatives soon should be a
A half-dozen years ago, U.S. businessmen were eager to cash in on a seeming Chinese bonanza.

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On Court Case WrongAn article in your paper (JofC, Oct. 7) described the
We cannot, and we will not, let this stop us from getting on with the business of governing.

Deficient as the Common Market may still be in many ways, particularly with regard to non-tariff bar
National security - free world security - is as much if not more dependent on economic stability as
The publishing industry daily delivers to U.S. consumers a product almost as ubiquitous as the air w
QUESTION: WHEN IS A BUDGET not a budget? Answer: When it is the document President Reagan sends to
AS THE REAGAN ADMINISTRATION casts about for scapegoats to this nation's projected $170 billion trad
QUOTAS AND OTHER PROTECTIONIST devices work, but most often in ways opposite to those intended. That
BY NOW THE LATIN AMERICAN DEBT situation is deeply ingrained in the consciousness of the U.S. busine
The time has come for the United States and South Korea to re-examine their trade relationship. Fail