Price and income policies

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1960-11-01
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Heady, Earl
Bottum, J.
Thompson, J.
Wells, Oris
Martin, Lee
Ottoson, Howard
Sorkin, Martin
Scoville, Orlin
Brandow, G.
Paulsen, Arnold
Myers, Max
Palmby, Clarence
Olson, R.
Wilcox, Walter
Schnittker, John
Hathaway, Dale
Brandow, George
Chagnon, S.
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Discussion and objective debate is an important and necessary ingredient of social decision-making in a democracy. Only thus can the public, legislators, administrators and special interest groups inventory and understand the complete range of phenomena relevant for public decision. Discussion and analysis is a method of measurement, for a more complete inventory of goals and sub-goals of public policy and for expression of hypotheses and predictions in respect to outcomes of various policy means. Discussion is the most ancient and universal process for reasoned calculation in social policy, whether this be at the program committee of the 4-H Club or in presidential elections.

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