The Attractions of the Slums
Part of the Palgrave Studies in American Economic History book series (AEH)
Were individuals’ decisions to move to or stay in New York determined by the same kind of real wage comparisons that drove transatlantic and trans-Appalachian migrations? Probably not.
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