Sunday, December 08, 2013


this time in Maryland and the demographic is pretty much the same as elsewhere:
Frank Shafroth, director of the Center for State and Local Government Leadership at George Mason University in Virginia, said that state secessionist movements are signs of frustration in an aging population.
“Those rural areas are seeing fewer and fewer young people,” he told AFP.
“They are more and more white; there are more and more people over the age of 55 who have very different values; they have old traditional values — and they have a difficult time adjusting.”

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