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Comparisons of Selected Social and Economic Characteristics
In this study, we demonstrate how some of the major racial groups specified in Directive 15 are affected when we alter their population components.
Building A Spanish Surname List for the 1990's
A direct and reproducible method for creating an inventory of surnames characteristic of the Hispanic origin population in the United States.
Fertility of American Men
This paper examines the quality of the fertility data among men and women and the characteristics of the men who did not respond to the question on fertility.