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determine this or that minor movement in the rate of wages. The radical industrial forces, like the cost of subsistence and the efficiency of labor which furnish the basis of the older theories, are of far greater importance. The reconciliation between these older theories which Professor Davidson attempts is, after all, only on the surface. In making this attempt, however, he has constructed a suggestive and enlightening review, at once historical and critical, of thedoi:10.1177/000271629801100311 fatcat:hcev74g4anehnpfnmtsgyakofq