The Growth of the American Economy: An Introduction to the Economic History of the United States

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ROBERT G. ALBION, Professor of History, Assistant Dean of the Faculty, Princeton University.
JOE S. BAIN, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of California.
THOMAS C. COCHRAN, Associate Professor of History, New York University.
WESLEY FRANK CRAVEN, Professor of History, New York University.
CLARENCE H. DANHOF, Assistant Professor of Economics, Lehigh University.
GEORGE W. DOWRIE, Professor of Finance, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University.
JOHN T. DUNLOP, Faculty Instructor, Harvard University.
MAX GIDEONSE, Associate Professor of Economics, Rutgers University.
CONSTANCE MCLAUGHLIN GREEN, Director of Research, Council of Industrial Studies, Smith College.
KENT T. HEALY, Associate Professor of Economics, Yale University; Chairman, Committee on Transportation.
MURIEL HIDY, Assistant Professor of Economics, Wheaton College, Massachusetts.
EDGAR M. HOOVER, JR., Associate Professor of Economics, University of Michigan.
LOUIS C. HUNTER, Professor of American History, The American University.
WILLIAM C. KESSLER, Assistant Professor of Economics, Colgate University.
CHARLES BYRON KUHLMANN, Professor of Economics, Hamline University.
RICHARD B. MORRIS, Associate Professor of History, College of the City of New York.
MARGARET MYERS, Associate Professor of Economics, Vassar College.
BERNHARD OSTROLENK, Associate Professor of Economics, College of the City of New York.
PHILIP H. OVERMEYER, Economist, 12th Regional War Labor Board, Seattle, Washington.
RICHARD C. OVERTON, Professor of Business History, School of Commerce, Northwestern University.
SAMUEL REZNECK, Professor of History, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
CARL C. RISTER, Professor of History, Chairman of the Department of History, University of Oklahoma.
EARLE D. Ross, Professor of History, Iowa State College.
CATHERINE G. RUGGLES, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Illinois.
HAROLD M. SOMERS, Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Buffalo.
HAROLD F. WILLIAMSON, Associate Professor of Economics, Yale University.

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