Population debate we have to have, SMH. March 29, 2010.

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How big is too big? The former premier Bob Carr says Australia’s population should be capped at 28 million. A federal Labor backbencher, Kelvin Thomson, says 26 million. The Stable Population Party of Australia says 23 million. The Greens want an inquiry to settle the matter. The Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, says there is no ideal number, just what Treasury projects will happen: 35 million by 2050. ”That’s what’s happening,” is Rudd’s relaxed reply. Continue reading

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