Census 2010: Why It Matters, How to Do It Better

Friday, January 01, 2010

All week long, we've been talking about the importance of the 2010 Census. To wrap up these conversations, we invited Nate Persily, professor of law and politics at Columbia University, and Ken Prewitt, the Director of the 2000 Census, to join the conversation. What's at stake -- and will everyone be counted?


Nate Persily and Ken Prewitt

Hosted by:

Luke Burbank

Comments [2]

MK Ultra

No doubt the elite need the census so that they can now how many sheeple they have at their disposal and, particularly, how many are within military age to fight their wars for empire.

Jan. 02 2010 10:52 PM

It would be great if nobody in Michele Bachmann's district fills out the census and she loses her job.

Jan. 01 2010 09:35 AM

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