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Published by University of New York at Albany] in [Albany, N.Y .
Written in English


  • Migration, Internal -- New York (State)

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Statementa report completed for the Public Policy Institute and the Job Training Partnership Council by the Center for Social and Demographic Analysis of the State University of New York at Albany [by] Richard D. Alba, Michael J. Batutis
ContributionsBatutis, Michael J, Public Policy Institute, Job Training Partnership Council, State University of New York at Albany. Center for Social and Demographic Analysis
The Physical Object
Pagination54, [64] p. :
Number of Pages64
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Open LibraryOL22772044M

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