How Did The Census Bureau Get It So Wrong?

It turns out that the sky is not falling on cities, writes Carol Coletta in this week's Planetizen Op-Ed.

Cities aren't in decline. The way population change is "measured" by the Census Bureau leaves much to be desired, writes Carol Coletta in this week's Op-Ed. But even if cities were in decline, a city's population is no longer tied to its economic success.

Thanks to Chris Steins

Full Story: The Sky Is Not Falling On Cities

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