Re: Most homogeneous city?

Stian Oksavik (
Fri, 25 Oct 1996 19:35:21 -0500

In article <54o4g7$>,
(Bruce Scott TOK ) wrote:

> About the most homogeneous places I've ever seen are Roskilde, Denmark,
> and 1970s Yokohama. I put the date on the latter since large Japanese
> cities have changed radically since then, not only due to immigration
> and foreign trade.

I probably grew up in the most homogenous city I can imagine
(approximately 20,000 white, blond Norwegians and about 2 immigrants.)

Now *that* was dull. I'm glad I moved.