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Troika procedures, 1961-1964

Troika procedures, 1961-1964
12 April 1961-30 October 1964, undated
78 digital pages
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Wallace, Robert A. (Robert Ash), 1921-2001
RAWPP-002-001
Robert A. Wallace Personal Papers. Troika Files, 1961-1968. Troika procedures, 1961-1964. RAWPP-002-001. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series contains Robert A. Wallace's records of his participation in the Troika group, which included members from the Department of the Treasury, the Council of Economic Advisers, and the Bureau of the Budget. The group met periodically to provide economic projections and fiscal policy recommendations to the President. Types of items in this series include memoranda, statistical charts, correspondence, reports, speeches, notes, press releases, and schedules. The records cover topics such as fiscal and tax programs; budget projections, estimates, and summaries; development of administration economic policy; and Troika and Treasury Department organizational procedures. Although most policy discussions focus on the national level, some international economic concerns are also considered.
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