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" An income of $900 or over probably permits the maintenance of a normal standard, at least so far as the physical man is concerned. "
Biennial Report - Page 48
by California. Industrial Welfare Commission - 1917
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Survey, Volume 22

Religion - 1909
...is not enough to permit the maintenance of a normal standard. On the other hand, an income of $900 or over probably permits the maintenance of a normal...at least so far as the physical man is concerned." Such a statement, eminently sane and conservative, raises some serious questions regarding our existing...
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The Standard of Living Among Workingmen's Families in New York City

Robert Coit Chapin - Cost and standard of living - 1909 - 372 pages
...end of the year. 2. jOn the other hand, an income nf $900 nr Qvpr probably pernrnTthe maintenance^pia normal standard, at least so far as the physical man is concerned.} An examination of the items of the budget shows that the families having from fgoo to $1000 a year...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 122

Literary Criticism - 1911
...the x of the experiment was resolved in the following conclusion: " An income of nine hundred dollars or over probably permits the maintenance of a normal...at least so far as the physical man is concerned. An examination of the items of the budget shows that the families having from nine hundred to one thousand...
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Wages in the United States, 1908-1910: A Study of State and Federal Wage ...

Scott Nearing - Wages - 1911 - 220 pages
...estimated that a New York family consisting of a man, wife and three children under fourteen could maintain "a normal standard, at least so far as the physical man is concerned," on an annual income of $900, speculation has been rife as to the number of families whose incomes equalled...
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Elements of Economics: With Special Reference to American Conditions, for ...

Henry Reed Burch, Scott Nearing - Economics - 1912 - 363 pages
...led the inV a o r ff', i vestigators to conclude that: " An income of Homestead, nine hundred dollars probably permits the maintenance of a normal standard,...at least so far as the physical man is concerned. . . . Whether an income between eight hundred dollars and nine hundred dollars can be made to suffice...
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Militant socialism

James Oneal - Imperialism - 1912 - 33 pages
...estimated that a New York family consisting of a man, wife and three children under fourteen could maintain "a normal standard, at least so far as the physical man is concerned," on an annual income of $900. Prof. Nearing then made an investigation to learn how many workers get...
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Social Religion: An Interpretation of Christianity in Terms of Modern Life

Scott Nearing - Christian sociology - 1913 - 227 pages
...made. The results of this statistical study were thus announced. "An income of nine hundred dollars or over probably permits the maintenance of a normal...at least so far as the physical man is concerned." "Whether an income between eight hundred dollars and nine hundred dollars can be made to suffice [33]...
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Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Volumes 47-48

Social sciences - 1913
...$800 is not enough to permit the maintenance of a normal standard On the other hand an income of $900 or over probably permits the maintenance of a normal...standard, at least so far as the physical man is concerned Whether an income between $800 and $900 can be made to suffice is a question to which our data do not...
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Introduction to the Social Sciences: A Textbook Outline

Emory Stephen Bogardus - Social sciences - 1913 - 206 pages
...of several hundred workingmen's families in New York City (Chapin) indicates: (a) An income of $900 or over probably permits the maintenance of a normal...at least so far as the physical man is concerned. (b) For a family of five, a man, wife, and three children under fourteen years of age. (c) On Manhattan...
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Financing the wage-earner's family: a survey of the facts bearing on income ...

Scott Nearing - Business & Economics - 1913 - 171 pages
...investigation. In summing up the results of his study, Dr. Chapin writes, "An income of $900 or more probably permits the maintenance of a normal standard,...at least so far as the physical man is concerned." This statement refers to a normal family man, wife and three children under fourteen, and covers...
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