|Author:||Susan B. Carter,Scott Sigmund Gartner,Michael R. Haines,Alan L. Olmstead,Richard Sutch,Gavin Wright|
|Title:||The Historical Statistics of the United States: Volume 5, Governance and International Relations: Millennial Edition|
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Book Condition: 5 volume set great condition library stickers books like new. In Stock. Sold by WORLD WIDE MEDIA. The book should be retitled "20th Century Historical Statistics of the . " or, more accurately, "Historical Statistics of the . Interspersed with the scanty statistics are the predictable assortment of pro-big-government, collectivist, statist essays from an array of rarified academic types. The 5-volume book is now moldering on my shelf. On the upside, would be great for pressing flowers, stopping doors, dropping on roaches, etc. Thank God I got this used, for about 90% off the list price.
Volume 66 Issue 4. Historical Statistics of the U. .The Journal of Economic History.
Susan B. Carter, Scott Sigmund Gartner, Michael R. Haines, Alan L. Olmstead, Richard Sutch, Gavin Wright. And it's densely packed with more than a million numbers that measure America in mind-boggling detail, from the average annual precipitation in Sweet Springs, M. to the wholesale price of rice in Charleston .
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Susan B. Originally published by the United States Census Bureau until 1975, it is now being published by Cambridge University Press The current commercial version deals with Population, Work and Welfare, Economic Structure and Performance, Economic Sectors and Governance & International Relations, respectively, in five volumes
5 Haines, Michael R., " Total population, by sex and age: 1850-1990.
The Historical Statist. Users will be able to graph individual tables or to combine data from different tables into 'custom tables' and to download tables for use in spreadsheets and other applications.
Volume Two: Work and Welfare. Susan Carter, Scott Gartner, Michael Haines, Alan Olmstead, Richard Sutch, and Gavin Wright. and therefore not in a position to join conventional. workplace-based unions. Differences in the organization of international bank lending explain why the central European crisis disturbed few US banks but endangered many British financial institutions. Private debt overhang and the government spending multiplier: Evidence for the United States.