Thursday, May 17, 2007

Immigration Reform

The Nurturing Age (1965-2015) was known for its compassion and freedoms of thought and movement. The surpluses of the Post-War West were in large part allocated in efforts to equalize the intellect and industry of all people. The Nurturing Age was brought to a close as higher-income members of the West fled confiscatory rates of taxation, bankrupting the mechanisms put in place to support the social welfare of the population.

The close of the Nurturing Age was marked by violence in the West and famine throughout Africa and the Middle East.

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