State of labor in Europe: 1878. Reports from the United States consuls in the several countries of Europe, on the rates of wages; cost of living to the laborers; past and present rates; present condition of trade; business habits, and systems; amount of paper money in circulation, and its relative value to gold and silver; for the several consular districts, in response to a circular from the Department of state requesting information upon these subjects; together with a letter from the secretary of state, transmitting these reports to the speaker of the House of representatives.
|Corporate Author:||United States.|
Washington, Govt. print. off., 1879.
Cost and standard of living > Europe.
Working class > Europe.
1 p.l., 428 p.
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