The Wealth and Income of the People of the United States

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INDEX
Ability, relation to wealth, 60-62
Active capital, 42-46
Agriculture,
product, 138-141, 147, 151-153
productiveness, 24-26
total paid in
interest, 261
profits, 263
rent, 262
wages, 260
value of machinery used in, 258
wages in,195-197, 203- 204
Agricultural land, 22-27
Animals on farms, 28-31
Birth rate,
control of, 247
high among
ignorant peoples, 242- 247
immigrants, 185
Book income defined, 107-113
Buildings,
business, 256
residence, 259
Business,
relation to land, 21
Capital,
active, 42-46
amount used in transportation, 257
share in national income, 157-162
social, 10, 41-42
supply of, 41-46
Capital, supply of,
relation to productivity, 145-151
Carver, Thomas W., How Ought Wealth to be Distributed?243
Cattle supply, 28-30
Chapin, Robt. Coit, 221
City population 19-21
Classes of population,
according to wealth, 78- 85, 93-98
advantages of property to, 100-101
changes in wealth of, 84- 86
percentages of wealth owned by, 79-83, 93- 98
wealth of in different countries, 98-99, 103- 105
Coal supply, 33-35
Commerce,
product, value of, 138-141
total paid in
interest, 261
profits, 263
rent, 262
wages' 260
value of buildings used in, 256
Commodity-prices, 189, 192, 198
Concentration of wealth,
advantages, 60-64
in different nations, 96- 103
relation to maximum productivity, 62-63, 67-69

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