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Baby Boomers and No-Growth

April 08, 1988

Parker assumes the strangest reason for the shortages of schools, jobs and homes during his lifetime when he blames the no-growth movement.

In fact the reason is the opposite. It was growth that caused the shortages. He forgot to check the population figures. From 1950 to 1980 California's population more than doubled, from 10.5 million to 23.6 million.

WENDELL W. NORRIS

Del Mar

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