Nouveau riche

Lewis, Len
February 1998
Progressive Grocer;Feb98, Vol. 77 Issue 2, p12
Trade Publication
Cites data showing that next most affluent cities in the United States in the future. San Francisco, California's per capita income; List published by NPA Data Services Inc. at the `American Demographics' periodical.


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