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Energy in the American Economy, 1850–1975. An Economic Study of its History and Prospects. By Sam H. Schurr and Bruce C. Netschert. (Resources for the Future, Inc.) Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1960. Pp. xxii, 774. $12.50

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  • Usher, Abbot Payson, 1961. "Energy in the American Economy, 1850–1975. An Economic Study of its History and Prospects. By Sam H. Schurr and Bruce C. Netschert. (Resources for the Future, Inc.) Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Univer," The Journal of Economic History, Cambridge University Press, vol. 21(03), pages 418-421, September.
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