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Yung 1 Chui Shan Yung ID#81805170 Professor Gutknecht Sociology 1 October 31, 2007 Utopia in 50 Years In 50 years, everything may be different. The fact that the U.S. population is growing rapidly becomes an issue that we should concern about. If the U.S. population becomes so great that the density makes privacy impossible and food in extremely short supply, there may be dilemmas everywhere across the country. Life of families, people’s daily activities, and their living habits are most likely to change. If population becomes large in a gradually way, the growth of family sizes would probably be one of the factors. Big families would have to work a lot harder for more money since they would be buying a lot more food in order to support their lives. In addition, they would also have to live in bigger houses. However, if the density of the U.S. land becomes so tense, it would be hard for them to find houses that fit in the whole family. The high demand of houses would eventually lead to the increasing prices of land properties. This huge population would also lead to a shortage of food, thus the price of the food would also
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course SOC 1 taught by Professor Dontremember during the Winter '08 term at UC Irvine.

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