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Y 10. 2 :Ec 7/ 31   3
Y 10. 2 :Ec 7/ 33 : Interim economic projections for 2020 and 2021.  2020 1
Y 10. 2 :Ed 8 : Trends in educational achievement.  1986 1
Y 10. 2 :Ed 8/ 2 : Educational achievement : explanations and implications of recent trends.  1987 1
Y 10. 2 :Ed 8/ 3   3
Y 10. 2 :El 2 : Promoting efficiency in the electric utility sector.  1982 1
Y 10. 2 :El 2/ 2 : Changes in the living arrangements of the elderly : 1960-2030.  1988 1
Y 10. 2 :El 2/ 3   3
Y 10. 2 :El 2/ 4   2
Y 10. 2 :El 2/ 5 : Enhancing the security of the North American electric grid / Ron Gecan, Bernard Kempinski, and David Mosher.  2020 1
Y 10. 2 :Em 4   3
Y 10. 2 :Em 4/ 2   8
Y 10. 2 :Em 7/ 2   3
Y 10. 2 :Em 7/ 3 : Promoting employment and maintaining incomes with unemployment insurance.  1985 1
Y 10. 2 :Em 7/ 4 : Employee turnover in the federal government.  1986 1
Y 10. 2 :Em 7/ 5   3
Y 10. 2 :Em 7/ 6   3
Y 10. 2 :En 2 : Federal energy research : an analysis of fiscal year 1977 program funding levels and alternative budget paths through fiscal year 1986.  1976 1
Y 10. 2 :En 2/ 2 : President Carter's energy proposal : a perspective.  1977 1
Y 10. 2 :En 2/ 3   5
Y 10. 2 :En 2/ 5 : Energy use in freight transportation / the Congress of the United States, Congressional Budget Office.  1982 1
Y 10. 2 :En 2/ 7 : The effects of renewable or clean electricity standards [electronic resource].  2011 1
Y 10. 2 :En 8 : The budget of the Environmental Protection Agency : an overview of selected proposals for 1985.  1984 1
Y 10. 2 :En 8/ 12 : Environmental regulation and economic efficiency.  1985 1
Y 10. 2 :En 9   3
Y 10. 2 :Eq 5   3
Y 10. 2 :Es 8   3
Y 10. 2 :Es 8/ 2   3
Y 10. 2 :Es 8/ 3   3
Y 10. 2 :Es 8/ 4   3
Y 10. 2 :Et 3   3
Y 10. 2 :Ev 1   3
Y 10. 2 :Ex 2   2
Y 10. 2 :Ex 7 : Sustaining a balanced expansion / Congress of the United States, Congressional Budget Office.  1976 1
Y 10. 2 :Ex 7/ 2 : The Export-Import Bank, implications for the Federal budget and the credit market / [prepared by Rosemary E. Minyard] ; Congress of the United States, Congressional Budget Office.  1976 1
Y 10. 2 :F 15   3
Y 10. 2 :F 15/ 2   3
Y 10. 2 :F 21 : Family incomes of unemployment insurance recipients and the implications for extending benefits.  1990 1
Y 10. 2 :F 21/ 2   3
Y 10. 2 :F 21/ 7   3
Y 10. 2 :F 21/ 8   8
Y 10. 2 :F 21/ 9   3
Y 10. 2 :F 22/ 2   3
Y 10. 2 :F 22/ 3 : Farm revenue insurance : an alternative risk-management option for crop farmers.  1983 1
Y 10. 2 :F 22/ 4 : Assisting the farm credit system : an analysis of two bills.  1987 1
Y 10. 2 :F 22/ 5/   5
Y 10. 2 :F 22/ 6 : Farm program flexibility : an analysis of the triple base option.  1989 1
Y 10. 2 :F 22/ 977   2
Y 10. 2 :F 31 : The Federal work force : its size, cost, and activities / [prepared by Edward H. Chase ; edited by Katherine T. Bateman]  1977 1
Y 10. 2 :F 31/ 2 : The Federal Financing Bank and the budgetary treatment of federal credit activities / Congress of the United States, Congressional Budget Office.  1982 1
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