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Columbia University economic survey of American authors a report of findings by Paul W. Kingston

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Published by Center for the Social Sciences, Columbia University in [New York, N.Y.] .
Written in English



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StatementPaul W. Kingston and Jonathan R. Cole ; with the collaboration of Robert K. Merton ; prepared for the Authors Guild Foundation, Inc.
ContributionsCole, Jonathan R., Merton, Robert King, 1910-, Authors Guild Foundation (U.S.), Columbia University. Center for the Social Sciences.
LC ClassificationsPS129 .K5
The Physical Object
Pagination4, iii, 128, [30] leaves :
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3846306M
LC Control Number81163105

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