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critical review of research in land economics.
Leonard A. Salter
by University of Wisconsin P
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Salter's critical review of research in land economics is both a study of a field of social science and a statement of hypotheses, derived from empirical evidence, as to the proper methodology for finding workable solutions to rural land economic : Leonard A Salter.
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A critical review of research in land economics. / Author: With an introductory essay by M. Kelso. --Publication info: Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, CRITICAL REVIEW Critical review Introduction The book was written in the year, by Anne Fadiman.
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