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KATHERINE SHONFIELD

Those 4.4 (or is it 5.5?) million new homes are proving a far more effective Millennial bogeyman than any dome or tower could be. If it is a Millennial characteristic that millions of people start blindly believing something which runs counter to the evidence of both their rationality and their senses, then the apparently universal acceptance of this ever- burgeoning figure is a humdinger of a characteristic.

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