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On the Puzzling Cycle in the Biological Standard of Living: The Case of Antebellum Georgia

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  • Coclanis, Peter

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  • Komlos, John & Coclanis, Peter, 1997. "On the Puzzling Cycle in the Biological Standard of Living: The Case of Antebellum Georgia," Explorations in Economic History, Elsevier, vol. 34(4), pages 433-459, October.
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