Boom Town

Kondracke, Morton
July 1977
New Republic;7/9/77, Vol. 177 Issue 2/3, p7
Focuses on the socio-economic developments in Washington. Description of housing trends in the U.S.; Average price of houses in Glover Park in Washington; Reasons for expensive housing in Washington; Comparison between the average housing prices in Washington and Los Angeles, California; Information on the per capita income in several states in the U.S.; View that Washington always has grown and prospered in times of crisis and turmoil for the rest of the nation; Details of Washington's high-growth enterprises; Percentage of federal workers in Washington as of 1950.


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