IT MAY SEEM a startling statistic to some that the population in the United States is increasing at the rate of some three hundred thousand people per month.' Stated more dramatically, this increase is equal in size to the addition, during a year, of twelve cities the size of Toledo, Ohio, or, in a decade, of ten cities the size of Detroit, Michigan. On a world basis the growth is even more startling.
Hemingway, Richard W.
"Legal Problems Confronting the Effective Creation and Administration of New Towns in the United States,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 10
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