Migration southward and westward is picking up again

LIKE birds, people tend to move from place to place along established routes. Since the second world war, among the most travelled of these routes in America has been from the “snow belt” in the Midwest and north-east to the “sun belt” in the south and ...

news source: The Economist:  United States
news section: International
published: 21/04/2017 12:32:33


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