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Who is Amasa Walker?
Amasa Walker was an American economist and United States Representative, and the father of Francis Amasa Walker.
- born on (216 years ago) in Woodstock
- nationality: United States of America
- parent of Francis Amasa Walker
- died on (140 years ago) in North Brookfield, Massachusetts
- written works: "The science of wealth", "The nature and uses of money and mixed currency"
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A Historical Encyclopedia by Kathleen R. Arnold
Francis Amasa Walker, director of the 1870 and 1880 Census, went so far as to blame “wretched immigrants” from southern and eastern Europe for the declining birth rate among Anglo-Saxons. Not long after, the first Commissioner General of ...
An Encyclopedia by David A Dieterle Ph.D., Kathleen M. Simmons
George, Henry, Francis Amasa Walker ...
by Andrew Robertson, William G. Shade, Robert Johnston, Robert Zieger, Thomas Langston, Richard Valelly
Wells and Francis Amasa Walker; and reform-minded politicians such as Missouri senator Carl Schurz.
by Phillip Anthony O'Hara
This consensus began with the founders of the American Economics Association, Richard Ely and General Amasa Walker, and the monographs by Frederick Hoffman and Joseph Tillinghast. While many economists also used genetic ...
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