Goldfinger, Nat
May 1970
Monthly Labor Review;May70, Vol. 93 Issue 5, p60
Academic Journal
Reports on key issues and developments relevant to labor costs and the increase in housing prices in the U.S. compiled as of May 1970. Causes of increases in housing cost; Cost of materials; Overall cost of structure; Finance costs; Land costs.


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