United States, Economist
1915 – June, 15, 1987.
Walter Wolfgang Heller was a leading American economist of the 1960s, and an influential adviser to President John F. Kennedy as chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, 1961–64.
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Waiting for supply-side economics to work is like leaving the landing lights on for Amelia Earhart.
Rise above principle and do what is right.
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