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Rural Housing: Trends and Prospects
The quality of rural housing has improved markedly since World War II; from 38 percent standard in 1950 to 67 percent in 1960 and nearly 80 percent in 1968. Rural housing has shared in the general upgrading of housing which resulted from the postwar building boom. New construction and renovation has exceeded new household formations by a wide enough margin to permit a general shifting up and abandonment or demolition of the poorest units. Rural America however, still had higher percentages ofdoi:10.22004/ag.econ.307414 fatcat:53ghdz2tu5effjuncwmniavota