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It's getting better all the time : 100 greatest trends of the last 100 years

Author: Stephen Moore; Julian Lincoln Simon
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Cato Institute, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Text and color graphs and charts describe changes in health, safety, welfare, and environmental and social conditions since 1900.
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Genre/Form: Statistics
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Moore; Julian Lincoln Simon
ISBN: 1882577965 1882577973 9781882577965 9781882577972
OCLC Number: 122974852
Description: xviii, 294 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Health --
Diets and nutrition --
Wealth --
The state of poor Americans --
The state of children and teens --
The American worker --
Leisure, recreation, and entertainment --
Housing --
Transportation and communications --
Invention, innovation, and scientific progress --
The information age --
Education --
Safety --
Environmental protection --
Natural resources : an age of abundance --
Social and cultural indicators --
Human achievement in sports --
The remarkable gains by women --
The decline of racism --
Freedom and democracy --
The American people : the world's greatest resource.
Other Titles: It is getting better all the time
Responsibility: Stephen Moore and Julian Simon.

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Text and color graphs and charts describe changes in health, safety, welfare, and environmental and social conditions since 1900.

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