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Relief of Ada Brown-Hopkins.
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He departed. The original series on a reference base = is reproduced here in Table B-i, Col. l.'*^ Table B-i, Col. 4, is a composite index combining the Phelps Brown-Hopkins series and the Department of Employment series.
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