The Rise and Fall and Rise of U.S. Cities

Earlier this week, along with my Kauffman colleague Dane Stangler, I gave a talk on the rise and fall and rise of U.S. cities. Here is a graphic the kind folks at Tableau put together to assist us in the discussions. It shows the trajectory of the largest 50 U.S. cities in 1920, as well as what happened since in terms of new cities and their rise and fall.

Pop Over Time

Pop Over Time

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    Just cause it’s slipme doesn’t mean it’s not super helpful.

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