Wages and Earnings in the United States 1860–1890.

Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1960.

Large 8vo, pp. xvii, [1] list of charts, 169, [1] blank; review copy, with the compliments slip of Oxford University Press loosely inserted; bright and clean in the original cloth, with dust-wrapper, a little sunned and chipped at extremities.

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First edition. ‘Industrial wages are one of the critical factors to be considered in judging whether the U.S. economy will experience further inflation. Their impact on employment, income distribution, incentives to work, and labor mobility is equally important, and interest in wages has never been keener than at present’ (dust-wrapper).

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