"Census Day" on 1990 Calendars

January 1988
Futurist;Jan/Feb88, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p43
Reports that the U.S. Census Bureau has asked the nation's calendar makers to print "U.S. Census Day" on the April 1 boxes of all 1990 calendars. History of the U.S. Census; Comments from John G. Keane, director of the Census Bureau regarding the Census and how marking calendars will help with the 1990 Census; Reasons why the Census is taken in the United States, noting the statistics are used to apportion seats in the U.S. House of Representatives and in the allocation of state and federal funds.


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