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Review: Selective Migration: Internal Migration and Its Effects upon the Death-Rates: With Special Reference to the County of Essex by A. B. Hill
Reviewed Works: Internal Migration and Its Effects upon the Death-Rates: With Special Reference to the County of Essex by A. B. Hill; The Recent Trend in England and Wales of Mortality from Phthisis at Young Adult Ages ; The Effect of Rural-Urban Migration upon Death-Rates by Harold F. Dorn; Internal Migration and Tuberculosis Mortality in Sweden by E. P. Hutchinson; Migration and Mental Disease among Negroes in New York State by Benjamin Malzberg; Rates of Mental Disease among Certain Population Groups in New York State ; The Migration to Towns and Cities, III by C. C. Zimmerman, O. D. Duncan, F. C. Frey; A Qualitative Study of Rural Depopulation in a Single Township: 1900-1930 by Wilson Gee; Negro Intelligence and Selective Migration by Otto Klineberg
Review by: Dorothy S. Thomas
The Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly
Vol. 16, No. 4 (Oct., 1938), pp. 403-407
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