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Excerpt from the report Highlights: Information on five indicators of level of living (availability of automobile, telephone, hot and cold water piped inside the house, a house in sound condition, and a person-per-room ratio) is used to compare the levels of living of the urban and rural populations in 1960. This report is based on a special analysis of the 1-in-1,000-sample tabulations from the 1960 Census of Population and Housing and presents heretofore unavailable comparisons of urban and rural levels of living. Attention is focused on households headed by a male employed in the civilian labor force and on the relationships between indicators of level of living and factors such as age and color of the household head, family income, occupation of the head, and region of residence.


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