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See H. W. Spiegel, The Brazilian Economy, Philadelphia, 1949; F. , Economic Aspects of Immigration, The Hague, 1954, Part II. See also Mabel F. , Toronto, 1951, especially chs. 7-8; also A. Sauvy's analysis of the conflict between two aggregative effects of immigration, increase in population size and improvement in population structure, when the former operates to reduce per capita output and thereby offset the incomeincreasing effect of the latter, in Theorie generate de La population, Paris, 1952, vol.

3 See Foerster, ap. cit. chs. 13-16; De Avila, op. cit. pp. 30-1. On France see my France Faces Depopulation, pp. 204 ff. 4 See also A. M. Edwards, Comparative Occupation Statistics for the United States, 1870 to 1940, Washington, 1943, p. 158, Table XIII; Davidson and Anderson, Occupational Mobility, pp. 130-3. Brinley Thomas (op. cit. ch. 9) found that British immigrants were of a higher socio-economic status and climbed the social ladder faster than did the Irish immigrants into the United States ; and that immigrant stocks tended to rise faster when they settled in cities where educational attainments could be acquired than in rural areas where these advantages were not so accessible to immigrants and their children.

It was largely the very young immigrants, however, who improved their occupational status, and not those who were apults already upon their arrival. 3 See Foerster, ap. cit. chs. 13-16; De Avila, op. cit. pp. 30-1. On France see my France Faces Depopulation, pp. 204 ff. 4 See also A. M. Edwards, Comparative Occupation Statistics for the United States, 1870 to 1940, Washington, 1943, p. 158, Table XIII; Davidson and Anderson, Occupational Mobility, pp. 130-3. Brinley Thomas (op. cit. ch. 9) found that British immigrants were of a higher socio-economic status and climbed the social ladder faster than did the Irish immigrants into the United States ; and that immigrant stocks tended to rise faster when they settled in cities where educational attainments could be acquired than in rural areas where these advantages were not so accessible to immigrants and their children.

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