Variations in State Casualty Rates in World War II and the Vietnam War

@article{Willis1975VariationsIS,
  title={Variations in State Casualty Rates in World War II and the Vietnam War},
  author={J. Willis},
  journal={Social Problems},
  year={1975},
  volume={22},
  pages={558-568}
}
  • J. Willis
  • Published 1975
  • Political Science
  • Social Problems
State casualty rates from the Vietnam War and World War II were related to a number of social and economic indicators from the 1970 and 1940 census. Also included in the analysis were variables dealing with rates of entry into the military of men from different states. In World War II affluent states had higher casualty rates. In the Vietnam War the situation reversed, less affluent states had higher casualty rates. By making certain statistical assumptions, these relationships based on state… Expand

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