The Birth Famine

The Birth Famine : If No Children, Then No Future

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Since the 1970s, birth rates in the United States have taken a plunge, yet our population continues to climb. Our census agencies cleverly hide the damning truth behind inflated statistics based on immigrant births. The frightening reality is simple: native-born American citizens are not having enough children to replace themselves. How has this trend damaged American society over the last four decades, and what does it mean for our future? In The Birth Famine, Michael Charles Master expounds on past mistakes and current crises while offering ways to reverse terrifying trends. Through meticulous research and common sense reasoning, Master reveals the insidious effects of the birth famine on our economy, political system, and family dynamics. He exposes the brutal truth about the ramifications of unchecked immigration. Without mincing words or cowing to political correctness, Master skewers a materialistic modern American culture that values goods over family. While The Birth Famine is a wake-up call for all Americans, Master reminds us that it's not too late. Readers will find hope in Master's sensible and feasible solutions. By encouraging our government and citizens to put family first, we can reinvigorate our nation's economy, political landscape, and, most importantly, the American spirit.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 96 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 5.59mm | 199.58g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507898681
  • 9781507898680

About Michael Charles Master

Michael Charles Master holds an MBA from the University of Arizona and has over forty years of experience in the corporate sector. In recent years he's turned his attention to analyzing America's social problems with the same analytical prowess he brought to his business career. In addition to "The Birth Famine," he's the author of "Save America Now" and "Rules for Conservatives." His latest book examines the complex negative relationship between plunging birth rates and our nation's overall social and economic stability. He piggy backs on the work of Harry Dent about the impact of demographics on America. Above all else, Master considers himself to be a family man and a patriotic American.
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