The decennial census: its purpose and its uses

Potts, Georgena R.
December 1969
Monthly Labor Review;Dec69, Vol. 92 Issue 12, p35
Academic Journal
Describes how the 1970 census will provide economic and social data on population and housing in the U.S. Purposes of decennial census; Refinement of sampling and projection techniques; Intricacy of collection and utilization processes.


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