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Title: Prices and price control in Great Britain and the United States during the World War
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Litman, Simon, 1873-
Subjects: Prices — Great Britain Prices — United States World War, 1914-1918 — Economic aspects Great Britain World War, 1914-1918 — Economic aspects United States
Publisher: New York [etc.] : Oxford University Press
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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acetic acid; nitrate of soda Zinc sheet; binder twine; castor beans; castor oil Aluminum; blackstrap molasses (imported) manila fiber Hemlock; white pine; eastern pine; news-print paper; manganese ore; munition linters; quebrachoPortland cement (domestic); hides; rubber; woolHarness leather; prunes; raisins; sulphuric acid; nitric acidCotton goods, such as denims, ginghams, sheetings, tickings; cotton yarns and linters; wheat flour; rice; building tile; charcoal; hemp; sand and gravelSole leather; glycerine; dynamiteCottonseed meal and oil; wool greaseBurlap 1 Fluctuations of Controlled and Uncontrolled Prices, Price Fixing Bulletin,No. 10, December, 1918, pp. 5-7, 54. 323 Index Nxunbers of Controlled and Uncontrolled Prices of all Commodities by Months, August, 1916,to September, 1918. Average Prices for the Year August, 1916, to July, 1917= 1001 Controlled Uncontrolled 1816 1917 180 uu. a. 3 160 1.40 60 40, 1—r I I I 1—r F w > ~ ii 5 K St o ^ ^ 1—I—I—I I I—rnr 1918 2

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