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Statistical abstract of the United States REF HA202 .U5 (most recent)
The world’s women, 2005: Progress in statistics REF HQ1154 .W95 2006
American attitudes: What Americans think about the issues that shape our lives REF HN90.P8 A527 2005
Women in the labor force: A databook REF HD6094 .W63 2004
The world's women, 2000: Trends and statistics REF HQ1154 .W95 2000
Gender: 2000 HA201.122 .C43 2000 no. 9
Statistical handbook on the American family REF HQ536 .S727 1999

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