There are few problems in present-day America, from water shortages to traffic congestion to over-crowded schools, that are not exacerbated by America’s addiction to population growth. This book aims to change that. The author places much of the blame on a high rate of net migration (not just illegal immigrants) and a high fertility rate among some groups. There are many groups who benefit by high population growth, and like things just the way they are. Among them are builders … more
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