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Immigration Americas Future Since the creation of mankind our world has undergone many revolutionary changes One of the more recent 20th century changes has been a decline in the death rates around the world led by the emergence of modern medicine and the practice of better farming methods This was a great human achievement but we cut the death rate without cutting the birth rate Now population is soaring and while human population has always moved to fresh lands for the first time in human history there are none no new continents What does this mean to the United States Immigration Immigration can be a healthy process for the world well as a positive asset to the US however if poorly regulated immigration will lead to a structural imbalance in our society an economic nightmare and to a cultural disaster for our children There were about one billion people living in the world when the Statue of Liberty was built There are 45 billion today Encarta 1998 World population is growing at an enormous rate with no end in sight The world is going to add a billion people in the next eleven years----- 224000 every day------ and experts say there will be at least 165 billion more people living in the world in the next twenty years Lieber 1996 We must understand how this will impact our country Eighty-eight percent of the worlds population growth takes place in the Third World Brinkerhoff White Reidmann 1997 A growing number of these poorly paid Third World citizens want to come to the United States In the 1970s all other countries that accept immigrants started controlling the number of people they would allow into their countries The United States did
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