Urban Law Annual
Generally, four trends can be identified which appear to be focal points of proposals for a national growth policy: population decline in most rural areas, continuing growth of suburban areas resulting in urban sprawl, increasing concentration of population in megalopolises and abandonment of residential areas in inner parts of many central cities.
Dempster K. Holland,
National Growth Policy: Notes on the Federal Role,
1973 Urb. L. Ann. 59
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