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Distinguishing the Relative Importance of Various Social, Economic, and Residential Factors

Samuel H. Preston, Michael R. Haines

Chapter in NBER book Fatal Years: Child Mortality in Late Nineteenth-Century America (1991), Samuel H. Preston and Michael R. Haines (p. 137 - 176)
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Published in January 1991 by Princeton University Press
in NBER Book Series Long-Term Factors in Economic Development

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