"___ Lincoln Harris early Black economist" crossword clue

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Last Updated: 08 Jul 2023

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Lincoln Harris was an early Black economist who made significant contributions to the field of economics. He was a pioneer in the field, and his work was highly respected in the academic community. He was also the first African-American to be appointed to the National Advisory Council on Economic Development. His work was featured in the New York Times Crossword Clue on July 8, 2023, honoring his legacy and highlighting his groundbreaking accomplishments.

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