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Paul Bunyan

Paul Bunyan.
1. Choral operetta by Britten in 2 acts and prol. to text by Auden. F.p. Columbia Univ., NY, May 1941. Then withdrawn until rev. in 1974 and publication as Op.17. First complete perf. in England, BBC broadcast, Feb. 1976; f. stage p. Aldeburgh, June 1976; f. professional Amer. p., St Louis 1984.

2. Ballet for puppets and solo dancer by W. Bergsma, 1937, prod. S. Francisco 1939; also orch. suite 1937, rev. 1945.

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McCracken, Paul Winston

Paul Winston McCracken, 1915–2012, American economist; b. Richland, Iowa. He taught at the Univ. of Michigan's school of business administration from 1948, except for time in government service. A specialist in banking and finance, he served on the Council of Economic Advisers (1956–59) under President Eisenhower and as its chairman (1969–71) under President Nixon. McCracken stressed balancing fiscal and monetary policy.

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