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Re: Questions and Answers about Unionism in the South
Posted by: Don Umphrey (ID *****4346) Date: April 07, 2003 at 14:43:48
In Reply to: Re: Questions and Answers about Unionism in the South by Margaret Storey of 780

Following up on Richard's observations about the poor and your response about that, I wonder if any kind of self-selection process is going on by examining SCC allowed claims in contrast to disallowed claims or those that were barred? What could be learned from these two categories that would be different from allowed claims?


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