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Clark University

Front MatterSource: Economic Geography, Vol. 44, No. 4 (Oct., 1968)Published by: Clark UniversityStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/142606 .

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SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY is a quarterly journal published by Clark University for the benefit of

geographers, economists, teachers, professional and businessmen, and all others who are interested in the intelligent utilization of the world's resources.

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Trans Europ Express: Overall Travel Time in Competition for Passengers Albert S. Chapman 283

Basic Measures of MIanufacturing in the United States, 1958 Joel L. Morrison, Morton W. Scripter, and Robert H. T. Smith 296

Change in Village and Rural Population with Distance from Duluth Kalevi Rikkinen 312

A Review of Problems and Achievements in the Economic Development of Independent Malaya ...... ........ Marion W. Ward 326

The Dying Village and Some Notions about Urban Growth John Fraser Hart, Neil E. Salisbury, and Everett G. Smith, Jr. 343

The Australian Petrochemical Industry . . . . . P eter J. Rimmer 350

Minimum Requirements After a Decade: A Critique and an Appraisal Edward L. Ullman 364


David Grove and Laszlo Huszar: The Towns of Ghana . . . Leslie J. King 370

Richard E. Lonsdale: Atlas of North Carolina .... Loyal Durand, Jr. 371

Allan R. Pred: The Spatial Dynamics of U.S. Urban Industrial Growth, 1800-1914: Interpretive and Theoretical Essays . . . Wilbur Zelinsky 372

James H. Johnson: Urban Geography: An Introductory Analysis David E. Keeble 374

Norman J. W. Thrower: Original Survey and Land Subdivision: A Com- parative Study of the Form and Effect of Contrasting Cadastral Surveys

Hildegard Binder Johnson 375

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Copyright 1968 by Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts

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Among forthcoming articles are:

Electricity Industry of Central Siberia . . Brenton M. Barr and .James W. Bater

Geography of Federal Grants-In-Aid to States

Stanley D. Brunn and Wayne F. Hoffman

Towards Netherlands 2000: The Dutch National Plan . . Ronald H. Buchanan

Some Problems of Regional Development in West Africa . R. J. Harrison Church

Growth and Dispersion of Branch Banking in Tropical Africa, 1950-1964 ... ........ Holger L. Enberg and William A. Hance

Comparison of Waterfront Land Use in Four Canadian Ports: St. John's, St. John, Halifax, and Victoria ............. . C.N. Forward

Farm Structure in Regional Comparisons: California and New Jersey

Vegetable Farms ................... Howard F. Gregor

Agricultural Regions of the World: Review and Reflections . . . David Grigg

Influence of Cost Distance Factors on the Overseas Export of Corn from the Midwest .................... James F. Johnson

Origin of Anglo-American Cattle Ranching in Texas . ... Terry G. Jordan

Ethnic Geography and Regional Economies, 1880-1960 . . Martin T. Katzman

Toward a Geography of Enterprise . . . .. . . . .... Giinter Krumme

Electricity in Nigeria .. . . . . . . ........... E. S. Simpson

Property Values as a Structural Element of Urban Evolution . R.J. Solomon

Government as Farmer in New Zealand ........ . Stephen L. Stover

"Things Are Not Always What They Seem" For the Economic Geographer Eugene Van Cleef

Stony Ground .. ............ J. Russell Whitaker

Metropolitan Tidal Wave in Ohio, 1900-2000 . . .. . . Laurence J. Wolf

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