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Commentary
 They Can Push People Only So Far (The Washington Post, 3/3/02)
1997 Post Series
 As the Economy Grows, the Trees Fall (The Washington Post, 3/23/97)
 In Loudoun, Two Worlds Collide (The Washington Post, 3/24/97)
 Suburban Growth Drains Quality of Life Inside the Beltway (The Washington Post, 3/25/97)
 Montgomery's Line of Defense Against the Suburban Invasion (The Washington Post, 3/25/97)
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D.C. Area Continues Strong Growth
Region is growing faster than any metropolitan area outside Sunbelt, drawing thousands of immigrants and holding on to current residents despite worsening commutes, skyrocketing home prices.
 Graphic: Census Data

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