STATES & CITIES: Growth of a Nation

With most citizens counted, census figures last week began to outline the decade's major population shifts and growth of the U. S. Trends could be detected which would eventually be reflected politically in the reapportionment of the House of Representatives. Cities grew larger at the expense of small towns and country districts. Villages in the wheat belt lost 25% of their inhabitants. Great migrations have occurred to the Pacific coast and to Southern cities. New England barely moved.

But never before in U. S. history has a state...

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