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The Early Origins of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States: An Analysis of the Growth of the NAACP
"A newly digitized panel of county-level branch activity of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is used to describe the potential factors underlying the expansion of political participation in the American South, with a particular emphasis on the short period from the late 1930s through the 1940s..." – By Daniel Aaronson, Jala Abner, Mark Borgschulte and Bhashkar Mazumder
Economics and Family Structures
"Household decisions are one of the key elements impacting many dimensions of any economy. or instance at the macro level, decisions regarding how much to save affect the economy’s investment possibilities or decisions regarding children’s education affect the overall level of human capital. Economists who study household behavior have almost solely focused on the understanding of nuclear families, i.e., parents living with their own children, childless couples, or singles...." –By Thomas Baudin, Bram De Rock and Paula Gobbi
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