Alice M. Rivlin Papers 1963-1988


Alice M. Rivlin Papers 1963-1988

Economist, government official, and director of the Congressional Budget Office. Correspondence, memoranda, reports, speeches and other writings, congressional testimony, printed materials, newspaper clippings, and photographs pertaining to Rivlin's career as an economist and government official.

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