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The Day of Seven Billion and the World’s Most Overpopulated Nation

December 7, 2011 • United States, Daily Email Recap

Greetings from Rome, where I am speaking at an international conference.  Thanks to Phil Cafaro and Kathleene Parker for this announcement of a report authored by Kathleene.

The Day of Seven Billion and the World’s Most Overpopulated Nation

Policy Brief # 11-4

Former journalist and newspaper editor Kathleene Parker authors PFIR’s latest policy brief discussing what demographers are calling the Day of Seven Billion, world population, and the factors that drive U.S. population growth.

In this latest release, Parker provides an in-depth look at U.S. demographic and population trends, and exposes the stark realities changing the nation over the last several decades.

high numbers of people equals congestion, often a diminished quality of life, more competition for limited resources and the worth of every individual compromised in an increasingly crowded situation..

Read the complete published policy brief (http://www.progressivesforimmigrationreform.org/2011/10/31/day-of-seven-billion/)

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