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Here are entered general and comprehensive works on the various branches of learning that deal with the institutions and functioning of human society, including anthropology, criminology and law, economics, education, history, political science, and sociology.

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  • [Info] The Encyclopedia of Social Reform: Including Political Economy, Political Science, Sociology, and Statistics, Covering Anarchism, Charities, Civil Service, Currency, Land and Legislation Reform, Penology, Socialism, Social Purity, Trades Unions, Woman Suffrage, Etc. (New York and London: Funk and Wagnalls, 1897), ed. by William Dwight Porter Bliss
  • [Info] The New Encyclopedia of Social Reform: Including All Social-Reform Movements and Activities, and the Economic, Industrial, and Sociological Facts and Statistics of All Countries and All Social Subjects (new edition; New York and London: Funk and Wagnalls, 1908), ed. by William Dwight Porter Bliss and Rudolph M. Binder
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