People keep moving from rural areas into cities.
President Clinton's statement on the release of Harry Wu, 1995
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In Jackson, Wyo., where President Clinton is vacationing, the White House press secretary, Michael D. McCurry, issued a statement Thursday afternoon, saying: "The President welcomes the Chinese Government's decision and is pleased that Mr. Wu will be reunited with his family and friends later today. This action removes an obstacle to improving relations between the United States and China."
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