Americans On the Move

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Almost half of all Americans moved to a new home in the last five years of the 20th century. That's one of the findings of a new census report called Geographic Mobility 1995 to 2000. We examine American mobility.

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Robert Lang
*Director of the Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech in Alexandria, Va.
*Co-Editor, Redefining Urban & Suburban America: Evidence from Census 2000 (Brookings, 2003)

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