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National vitality, its wastes and conservation

National vitality, its wastes and conservation

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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vitality.,
  • Public health -- United States.,
  • United States -- Statistics, Vital -- Statistics, Vital.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementExtract from report of the National conservation commission, Senate document no. 676, vol. III, Sixtieth Congress, second session.
    GenreStatistics, Vital
    Series61st Cong., 2d sess. Senate -- Doc. no. 419, Library of American civilization -- LAC 12637.
    ContributionsNational Conservation Commission (Washington, D.C.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[619]-751 p.
    Number of Pages751
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17563584M

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprinted from v. 3 of the report of the National Conservation Commission issued in. Get this from a library. A report on national vitality, its wastes and conservation.

[Irving Fisher; United States. National Conservation Commission.]. A report on national vitality, its wastes and conservation Item Preview remove-circle A report on national vitality, its wastes and conservation by Fisher, Irving, ; United States.

National Conservation Commission. Publication date Topics Vital statistics PublisherPages:   Samuel Gompers, "Conservation of Our Natural Resources" J.

Horace McFarland, "Shall We Have Ugly Conservation?" Mary Ritter Beard, "Civic Improvement" Irving Fisher, "National Vitality, Its Wastes and Conservation" Ellen H.

Richards, Conservation by Sanitation: Air and Water Supply, Disposal of Waste Part 4: Smoke and Conservation in the CityBrand: University of Washington Press.

The natural affinity between environmental conservation and racial preservation is best expressed by this quotation from Irving Fisher’s National Vitality, Its Waste and Conservation: The problem of the conservation of our natural resources is therefore not a series of independent problems, but a coherent, all-embracing whole.

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"Every observer of human misery among the poor reports that disease plays the leading role." Irving Fisher (, p. ) 1 1Irving Fisher. Report on National Vitality, Its Wastes and ed for the National Conservation Commission.

Washington, DC:. In a government report commissioned by President Roosevelt—A Report on National Vitality, Its Wastes and Conservation—the economist. About this Book Catalog Record Details.

Bulletin 30 of the Committee of one hundred on national Fisher, Irving, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain in. Full text of "Bulletin 30 of the Committee of one hundred on national health, being a report on national vitality, its wastes and conservation; prepared for the National Conservation Commission" See.

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Report on National Vitality: Its Wastes and Conservation. Pre-pared for the National Conservation Commission by lRVING FISHER, Professor of Political Economy in Yale University. (Washington: Government Printing Office, ix, ) It is fortunate that this valuable monograph, which is now issued as Bulletin 30 of the Committee of One Hundred on.

Author(s): Fisher,Irving, Title(s): National vitality, its wastes, and conservation/ Irving Fisher. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New. Samuel Gompers, "Conservation of Our Natural Resources" J. Horace McFarland, "Shall We Have Ugly Conservation?" Mary Ritter Beard, "Civic Improvement" Irving Fisher, "National Vitality, Its Wastes and Conservation" Ellen H.

Richards, Conservation by Sanitation: Air and Water Supply, Disposal of Waste Part 4: Smoke and Conservation in the City/5(21). Conservation was the first nationwide political movement in American history to grapple with environmental problems like waste, pollution, resource exhaustion, and sustainability.

At its height, the conservation movement was a critical aspect of the broader reforms undertaken in the Progressive Era (), as the rapidly industrializing nation struggled to protect human health, natural.

The National Health Survey undertaken in and was the largest morbidity survey until that time. It was also the first national survey to focus on chronic disease and disability.

The decision to conduct a survey of this magnitude was part of the larger strategy to reform health care in the United States. The focus on morbidity allowed reformers to argue that the health status of Cited by: / J.

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Also called sulfuric acid.Search Results. 1. Vital statistics ; a memorial volume of selections from the reports and writings of William Farr Being a report on national vitality ; being a report on national vitality: its wastes and conservation ; its wastes and conservation.

Creator/Contributor: Fisher, Irving,creator United States, National.morbidity on national output." This was in National Vitality, Its Wastes and Conservation, Report of the National Conservation Commission, completed in November and published as a U.S.

Senate *The author is at the Department of Economics, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario L2S 3A1, Canada.