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American Social Science Association

In 1865, at Europe. It published annually the Journal of Social Science.

Members of the group worked in five departments:

  • Education and art
  • Health
  • Trade and finance
  • Social economy
  • Jurisprudence

In 1898 the society founded the National Institute of Arts and Letters which developed into the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

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Further reading

  • Free public libraries: suggestions on their foundation and administration, with a selected list of books. Pemberton Square, Boston: American Social Science Association, 1871
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