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COMMITTEE GIVES $45,356.67 FOR INVESTIGATION IN FALL

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Social security, labor, money and banking, commodity distribution and prices, public administration, and social attitudes will be investigated by members of the Faculty during the coming year under grants totaling $45,356.67 awarded by the Committee, on Research, in the Social Sciences, it was announced yesterday.

The Committee was established in 1932 at Harvard to administer funds received from the Rockefeller Foundation or from other sources for research in the social sciences.

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