Brackett, Jean
August 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Aug74, Vol. 97 Issue 8, p57
Academic Journal
Reports on three hypothetical urban family budgets set by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics for 1973. Illustration of three different levels of living based on estimates of costs for different specified types and amounts of goods and services for each level; Consumption costs; Changes in budgets from 1972 to 1973.


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