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Human Rights of Statisticians and Statistics of Human Rights: Early History of the American Statistical Association’s Committee on Scientific Freedom and Human Rights

  • Thomas B. Jabine
  • Douglas A. Samuelson

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American Statistical Association Presidential Address Statistical Question Informal Meeting Military Government 
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  • Thomas B. Jabine
  • Douglas A. Samuelson

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