Thumping proud was Mexico City last week. Census returns (unofficial)
showed that she has gained more than a quarter in size during the past
nine years, ranks nearly in the million class, just above Cleveland
(sixth U. S. city) and just below Los Angeles (U. S. fifth).
The report was that Mexicans number 16,404,030 (2,095,277 more than at
the last Mexican census in 1921).
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