February 1975
Monthly Labor Review;Feb75, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p75
Academic Journal
Presents highlights from the U.S. Bureau of Census report 'The Social and Economic Status of the Black Population in the United States, 1973.' Population distribution; Education; Employment; Family composition; Income; Education; Health; Voting.


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