`Postcards' From The Census?

The 1990 Census offered something for everyone--to be mad about. Rural states and cities alike complained that their populations weren't counted accurately. Minority groups charged that the Bush Administration's refusal to adjust for undercounts was aimed at diluting their constituents' voting strength. And Congress was steamed at the $2.6 billion price tag.

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