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Carroll Davidson Wright (1840–1909)

Wright, Carroll Davidson. An American statistician, lecturer, and writer on political economy; born in Dunbarton, NH, July 25, 1840; died on Feb. 20, 1909. After distinguished service in the Civil War, he held various public offices and was professor of political science in the Catholic University at Washington, DC. Besides numerous addresses, pamphlets, and articles in reviews, he published: ‘Reports of Massachusetts Bureau of Labor’ (15 vols., 1873–88); ‘Census of Massachusetts’ (1876–77); ‘The Factory System of the United States’ (1882); ‘Reports of the U.S. Commissioner of Labor, including Industrial Depressions’ (1886); ‘Convict Labor’ (1886); ‘Strikes and Lockouts’ (1887); ‘Railroad Labor’; and ‘Battles of Labor.’ He wrote much on social economy.