What about the year 2000?: An economic summary of answers to the vital questions: Will our land area in the United States meet the demands of our future population? How are we to determine the best use of our land resources?
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acreage agri agricultural land agricultural products animal-life animals average birth-rate buildings capita census cent urban centers changes city limits classes commercial consumption Country Club District crop land cultural decrease demand density duction Edward Murray East efficiency estimates exports farm land farm population farmers Federal forestry Frederick Law Olmsted future population growth houses per acre Hudson County immigration importance increase in population indicate intensive Land Economics land policies land resources larger less ment metropolitan districts National Forests National Monuments National Park Service nearly occupied open spaces outdoor recreation park systems pasture popu possible present preserved problems rate of increase Regional Plan residential rural population Sahara Desert scenic scientific sections square miles standard of living stationary population streets studies supply of land tically timber tion total area total population towns urban population urban regions Vernon Kellogg wild-life York region