WW2 Era Mass-Produced Housing (Part 2)

In 1940, California was the fifth largest state in the US, tied with Ohio at 6.9 million people. Over the next 30 years, thanks in part to enormous spending on military facilities and wartime factories [0], it’s population would nearly triple to just under 20 million. It would surpass New York as the most populous state in 1962.

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