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1. Ahead of the Law: Filing for Bankruptcy Before New Laws Take Place (internal link)
Resource Type: Graph



2. Facts on Women Business Owners (external link)
Abstract: Data and graphs on women business owners, including information about businesses owned by women of color
Resource Type: Graph



3. Map of Womens Median Annual Earnings (external link)
Abstract: From the Institute for Women's Policy Research comes a series of maps of the United States that visually represent the economic status of women based on 2002 data
Resource Type: Graph



4. New York State - Prison Populations and General Populations, by Race (internal link)
Abstract: A graph comparing the percent of the prison population and general population of people of different races in NY State
Resource Type: Graph



5. Percent of Women Above Poverty (external link)
Abstract: From the Institute for Women's Policy Research comes a series of maps of the United States that visually represent the economic status of women based on 2002 data
Resource Type: Graph



6. Racial Disparity between US and Incarcerated Populations (internal link)
Abstract: A graph comparing the percent of the prison population and general population of people of different races in the United States.
Resource Type: Graph



7. State-by-State Rankings and Data on Indicators of Women's Economic Status by Race and Ethnicity (external link)
Abstract: From the Institute for Women's Policy Research comes a series of maps of the United States that visually represent the economic status of women based on 2002 data
Resource Type: Graph



8. Steadily Rising: Increase Costs of College Tuition (internal link)
Abstract: A bar graph shoing the increase cost of college from 1980 to the present.
Resource Type: Graph



9. US Military Spending (external link)
Abstract: Charts and graphs highlighting US Military spending from 1940 - 2003, including comparisons to other US spending and compared to the US GDP
Resource Type: Graph




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UCSD
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