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Economic motives were paramount for others. Consequently, many Americans bought British goods rather than American goods, hurting American manufacturers. Extensive, thick, and close to the surface, it has stoked the furnaces of northeastern steel mills for decades and helps explain the huge concentration of heavy industry along the lower Great Lakes. That is to say, in both of these charts, the cemetery has lower life expectancy than the new life tables in the earlier decades but reverses later on, so that the cemetery has higher life expectancy than the new life tables.

Pages: 112

Publisher: Morgan Reynolds Publishing; 1st edition (November 2001)

ISBN: 188384679X

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