Studies in History, Economics, and Public Law

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Columbia University Press, 1891 - Economics
 

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Contents

Increase in the several states
22
Duration of marriage before divorce
23
24 Changes of
24
Introducing causes
25
Remarriage after divorce
26
Modifying causes or procedure
27
14 Between natives and foreign
28
Between Catholics and nonCatholics 16 Between negroes and whites
29
Affecting the expense of divorce
30
Introducing uniformity in Switzerland
31
Between city and country
32
Between couples with children and without
33
As granted to husband or wife
34
The surpation
35
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36
Among the several states
37
INFLUENCE OF LEGISLATION ON DIVORCE 21 Problem and method 22 Legal causes of divorce
41
Comparison of number of causes with divorce rate
44
CAUSES AND REMEDY 34 Basis and character of conclusions 35 Two conceptions of marriage
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The popularization of
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Laxity in changing and administering the
64
Age of marriage
65
The emancipation of women
66
Growth of cities 41 Increase of industrialism
68
The spread of discontent
70
Two ideals of the family
71
The remedy
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SIONERS OF THE SINKING FUND IN 1844 George Ashion
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THE FINANCIAL HISTORY OF MASSACHUSETTS FROM THE ORGAN
247
AMERICAN REVOLUTION Charles H J Douglas
259
Periods of Financial History II 12
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THE COLONY OF MASSACHUSETTS BAY 3 Beginnings of Massachusetts
261
The Massachusetts Company
262
The Genesis of the Taxing Power
263
The Development of Taxation
264
The Property Tax 8 Apportionment Repartition and Assessment
265
Taxpayers Exemptions
267
Officers Difficulties
269
The United Colonies
270
Efforts toward Improvement
271

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