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October 31, 2006


Ms. Scarbary


I think it's really interesting that you ask such deep questions of your readers. It is amazing to me, too, that there are over 300 million people in the United States. I think our population growth could mean we need to be smart about our country's plans for schools and jobs for all our residents, but I don't think that is a bad thing. For one, the population growth means we have lots more ethic groups and cultures ad religions in our melting pot, and that makes us more extraordinary! No other country has our variety of food and language and culture!

Ms. Best

I think it's a great thing that our population is growing. The more the merrier I always say. I come from a big family so that's probably why I feel that way. The reality is that with an increase of population comes an increase in housing, economic, and other social needs. If a country is to be successful it must accommodate its inhabitants. In other words it is the country's responsibility to organize such a growth in population ensuring that each family has an equal opportunity of living. I feel that our country is one of the most fortunate countries in the world. We have been blessed with a flourishing economy and a stable government. I am confident that the increase in population will be handled in a responsible and orderly manner. Thanks for sharing your thoughts Victoria!


Victoria, I agree, 300,000,000 people in the U.S. is a lot of people! It does seem like our country is growing quickly, and it makes me worry about things like pollution and over-crowding. However, I agree with Ms. Scarbury too, so many people from different backgrounds is what make the United States so special.

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