Herbert Stein’s early assignment as a member of the Council of Economic Advisers or CEA was to head a post-Vietnam study commission
to examine the effects of the Vietnam War on the economy and the problem of re-conversion. As an important economic spokesman
for the Nixon Administration, Stein’s responsibilities and areas of interest grew to include anti-inflation measures, monetary
and fiscal techniques, manpower programs, direct intervention in collective bargaining, construction workers contracts, and
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