Housing Slump Has Americans Moving Less

A new Census Bureau report shows that fewer Americans are relocating now than at any time in the past six decades. Bill Bishop, author of The Big Sort, thinks the slowdown is temporary, and that once the economy recovers, people will get back to moving to like-minded communities.

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Why the Clustering of Like-Minded America Is Tearing Us Apart

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