Super Cities

October 2002
Scholastic News -- Edition 3;10/11/2002, Vol. 59 Issue 5, p3
Presents information on the five cities in the U.S. that are considered the best places for kids to live, according to study conducted by the environmental group Zero Population Growth.


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