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Informing the legislative debate since 1914
Small Business Size Standards:
A Historical Analysis of Contemporary Issues
Robert Jay Dilger
Senior Specialist in American National Government
April 17, 2018
Congressional Research Service
Prepared for Members and
Committees of Congress
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