Differences in Wealth, Education, and History

@inproceedings{Curtis2017DifferencesIW,
  title={Differences in Wealth, Education, and History},
  author={James Edward Curtis},
  year={2017}
}
ABSTRACT An understanding of the freedoms (or the lack of freedoms) and their economic consequences on early black Americans provides an informative understanding to the freedoms (or the lack of freedoms), and their economic consequences on other, modern ethnic groups. James Curtis Jr (2017) investigates the link between the social asymmetry and economic asymmetry among early blacks and whites in the United States of America. For the empirical study, James Curtis Jr (2017) uses cross-sectional… Expand
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