Ezra Solomon succeeded Hendrick Houthakker as a member of the Council of Economic Advisers or CEA. Solomon’s areas of responsibility
included: domestic economic and financial conditions and outlook; fiscal policy and monetary policy; manpower programs; taxation
and social security; as well as energy, defense, housing and national growth policy. He was also chairman of the Technical
Research and Development Incentives and Resources Task Force
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