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Walter Heller’s Godkin Lectures, about the best Godkin Lectures I have heard, attained a very high standard of intelligent content and felicity of expression. Heller was dealing with some of the most important current problems of economic policy, and he brought to this task both the competence of a first-rate economist and his long experience at the center of economic-policy formation in Washington.—Edward S. Mason

A lucid and searching inquiry into the problems of our economy, with fascinating sidelights on the history of the Kennedy and Johnson years, by the man who, as Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, so brilliantly united national policy and the new economics in holy wedlock.—Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.

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