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Motherless Russia



“In general, Russia suffers from a frightening poverty in the sphere of facts and a frightening wealth of all types of arguments,” wrote Chekhov in a letter to a friend. Now, Russia suffers from a destructive poverty of a sort that she has not in a long time, of people, while she continues to groan under an increasing surfeit of social and domestic problems. Previous would-be conquerors of Russia such as Napoleon and Hitler failed …

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300 Million and Immigration: Separating the Issues



America’s population reached 300 million people in October. Those of us who see people as a resource celebrated, especially since we recognize the need for more workers to support America’s baby boomers in their impending retirement. Yet even many who have a pro-people attitude and recognize our worsening worker-retiree ratio have problems with America’s current immigration levels. Sometimes, this spills over into hostility toward population growth per se. It’s past time to separate these two …

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300 Million and Immigration: Separating the Issues



13 October 2006   Volume 8 / Number 40 Dear Colleague: Population growth benefits America, whatever the flaws of our current immigration system. 300 Million and Immigration: Separating the Issues America’s population will reach 300 million people on Tuesday morning. Those of us who see people as a resource will celebrate, especially since we recognize the need for more workers to support America’s baby boomers in their impending retirement. Yet even many who have a pro-people …

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Australia’s Future



March 10, 2006 Volume 8 / Number 10 Australia’s Future Dear Colleague: The character of a nation decades from now is determined by who is or is not born in it today. Steven W. Mosher President Australia recently took two important steps that may greatly influence her long-term future. One was the vote of her parliament last month to legalize RU-486, the human pesticide. The other is the stepped-up campaign by Prime Minister John Howard’s …

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