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Enter your email address below and we will send you your username. Between and American central cities grew by 10 million people, their suburbs by 85 million. Suburbs, moreover, accounted for at least three-quarters of all new manufacturing and retail jobs generated during that period.
By the percentage of Americans living in suburbs was almost exactly double what it had been in , and more. Americans lived in suburban areas In the s central cities experienced a net out-migration of 13 million people, combined with an unprecedented deindustrialization, increasing poverty levels, and housing decay.
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