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I was prepared to slap this story onto the Wall of Shame when I saw the headline. After all, it’s just another worry piece about a “birth dearth” in a nation that actually doesn’t know how lucky it is.
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New York Times headline writers and reporter Chris Buckley have kindly provided this week’s textbook example of subtle word choices that keep the quest for population growth alive.
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On Friday the U.S. Commerce Department reported:
“Consumers pulled back sharply on spending in early 2017…reducing the economy’s quarterly growth to its lowest level in three years.”
That quote is from this New York Times story by Nelson D. Schwartz:
Wait a minute. Why would the Trump administration celebrate this?