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New York City is overpopulated and the population needs to be cut in half The first system proposed is called Operation Actually Thought About Some of the most important fields of employment will receive a break in this plan Teachers doctors lawyers and politicians will only have their numbers cut by one-third One-third may not seem like much of a break but half of the population has to be cut Citizens in the immediate families of these important employees will also be allowed to stay in New York City Besides the more important fields of employment previously mentioned every other field of employment must eliminate half of their staff Keeping some of the older employees from each field for experience and keeping some of the younger employees from each field for the future will be put into perspective Mostly middle-aged employees will have to leave the cityHalf of all college students will also be cut from the city All convicts and citizens with outstanding criminal records must leave the city with their immediate families Extra money will be put into cracking down on illegal immigrants to help reduce crowding in the city New York City is known for its many cultures To keep the city rich in culture the plan will base some of its decisions on citizens races and cultures For example if there is a field of employment dominated by one race employees from this dominant race will be cut before employees of other races in the field are cutThe second system proposed is called Operation Easy Way Out The plan is very simple Cut the citys population into two The first half will be households on the wealthier half of the population and the second half will be households on the poorer half of the population This plan may sound good in theory but in New York City it would backfire The citizens who run the big companies would be in the
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