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Working Paper: American Households Throughout the 20th Century
This working paper is an exploration of living arrangements of Americans and how they have changed over the last century.

It is now chapter 2 of the Russell Sage Foundation book entitled "Century of Difference: How America Changed in the Last One Hundred Years."


Publication file

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related projects

USA: A Century of Difference-A Russell Sage 2000 Census Project

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