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… is from page 169 of the 1990 Transaction Publishers reprint of W.H. Hutt‘s superb 1936 book, Economists and the Public (footnote excluded): It may be that the attractions of urban life are an illusion. If that is so, it is rather remarkable that the immigrants [to cities and towns] have never learnt from experience, and have seldom been anxious to return to the soil. Comments

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… is from page 169 of the 1990 Transaction Publishers reprint of W.H. Hutt‘s superb 1936 book, Economists and the Public (footnote excluded):

Quotation of the Day…It may be that the attractions of urban life are an illusion. If that is so, it is rather remarkable that the immigrants [to cities and towns] have never learnt from experience, and have seldom been anxious to return to the soil.

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He is a professor of economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Previously, he was president of the Foundation for Economic Education.

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