ECONOMY SUMMIT: Smaller cities may be in line for population spill
Published 10/08/2008, Grand Forks Herald
As the population of the U.S. and Canada continues to grow, large coastal cities will become more crowded and housing prices will reach critical levels, leading many to move back to smaller towns and cities in both countries’ interiors, according to author Joel Kotkin.Word count: 679
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