Parasitic-Industries Analysis and Arguments for a Living Wage for Women in the Early Twentieth-Century United States
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KeywordsMinimum Wage; Living Wage; Parasitic-industries; Wage Determination; Feminist; Economics; History Of Economic Thought;
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