Ghost of Malthus

December 1976
New Republic;12/11/76, Vol. 175 Issue 24, p2
Discusses the probable invasion of the Mexican population in the U.S. Aggregation of poverty in Mexico; Information on the universal compulsory education in Mexico; Information on the Mexican population, according to current demographic projections; Steps taken by the government to defend the country against invasion; Possibility that there will be a drive in the new Congress to pass a bill prohibiting employment of illegal aliens.


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