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In this volume, the authors use data from the U.S. Census and various specialized studies to analyze trends in infant, maternal, and childhood mortality in the United States and to provide comparisons with other countries. They discuss such variables as sex, cause of death, race, and geography, and, in the case of infant mortality, birth order, age, and prior pregnancy history of mother.