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Economic Aids to Cost $12 Billion in Fiscal 1956, New Study Reports

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A study by the Tax Foundation, a private, non-profit organization engaged in research on government taxation and expenditures, has found that in 1956, one out of every five dollars spend by the Federal government will go toward domestic programs, economic and social. Aid to veterans, farmers, home owners, and small businesses have all gone up in the past 25 years, and continue to rapidly grow.