The social and economic status of the black population in the U.S.: An historical view, 1790–1978

  title={The social and economic status of the black population in the U.S.: An historical view, 1790–1978},
  author={Aurelia Toyer Miller},
  journal={The Review of Black Political Economy},
  • A. T. Miller
  • Published 1 March 1980
  • Economics
  • The Review of Black Political Economy
The United States Bureau of the Census has recently issued what it terms " the ninth in the series on Black A m e r i c a n s " T h e Social and Economic Status of the Black Population in the United States." An Historical View, 1790-1978. j This publication contains statistics which are intended to show changes in such things as population distribution, income, education levels, family structure, mortality rates, and fertility rates. The statistics not only show comparat ive data for black… 
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