Cebula, Richard J.
December 1977
Public Choice;Winter1977, Vol. 32, p155
Academic Journal
Presents a reply to a commentary on an article about nonwhite migration, welfare and politics in the U.S. Main issues raised in the article; Significance of a tax variable introduced in the article; Arguments on the growth in welfare.


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