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Speaker William Johnson focuses on the growth in this area, the aging of our population and Phoenix as a model of the future city--a city of automobiles. Morton Darrow continues with his discussion on the future of the family. The last speaker, Christopher Leinberger, looks at some of the changes in southern California and what those changes might mean to Phoenix. Terry Trost synthesizes the three speeches with respect to the growth of the Phoenix metropolitan area.
Title on label : The economic/demographic imperative.
PRESENTER: Alfredo Gutierrez.
Recorded at the Phoenix Futures Forum on Oct. 7, 1988.
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