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Bill Bollom commentary: Planet would benefit from lower birth rate

4:38 PM, Apr. 18, 2013
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Before this century, we heard that population growth was the No. 1 issue facing our planet, because of limited amounts of resources, and environmental and social problems. Now, a decade later, the most meaningful statistic in the world is an overall decline in birthrates.

There were good reasons for this about face in the U.S. In the past, people had big families because kids were needed on the farm, in low-skilled industrial jobs and to care for their aging parents. Kids were an economic benefit. But all this changed; manual labor on farms and in industry became minimal, and the government ...

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