Joel Kotkin and Wendell Cox

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Joel Kotkin is the presidential fellow in urban futures at Chapman University and executive director of the Center for Opportunity Urbanism. Wendell Cox is a senior fellow with the Center for Opportunity Urbanism and principal of Demographia, an international public policy firm.

America After Covid: What Demographics Tell Us

Covid is sure to reshape our country in profound new ways, but, write famed demographers Wendell Cox and Joel Kotkin, the most powerful will be accelerating trends that were already underway. A look at a sped-up future with big implications.

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