-8.3%. When National Casket Co. made its annual report, its president
said that the deathrate is always lower during a period of depression
(TIME, Sept 5). Last week Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. reported that
for the first ten months of 1930 the deathrate among its 19,000,000
policy holders ran 8.3% below 1929.
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