The Question of Government Spending

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The Question of Government Spending

By Francis M. Bator
Harper, 1960
167 pp. $3.75

Addressing himself to one of the major debates of our time, Mr. Bator contends in this well-reasoned book that much of our discussion of government spending has been off the point. His principal concern is with the question of choice rather than with the amount of spending. He does, however, challenge a number of the propositions of the opponents of public spending.

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