Wednesday, March 17, 2010
As a quick follow-up to Will's post below, Joel Kotkin also has an optimistic article out now called What America will Look Like in 2050, which presumably touches on some of the themes in his new book, The Next Hundred Million: America in 2050. Kotkin argues that the U.S. will retain its powerful position largely because it continues to have a moderately healthy growth rate (though births and immigration) in contrast to many other countries. Kotkin always has an informed and interesting take on land use and demographic issues.
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