By Peter A. Morrison
This documented briefing describes demographic traits within the usa , considers their social and financial implications, and displays at the demanding situations they pose for public coverage.
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One way that our political system has given voice to minority groups has been the ethnic partitioning of space by single-member electoral districts. , Hispanic or black) the ability to elect candidates of their choice from a district where that one group predominates among voters. 21 21 See Peter A. Morrison’s “Demographic Influences on Latinos’ Political Empowerment: Comparative Local Illustrations,” Population Research and Policy Review 17 (1998), pp. 223–246. 42 Under ethnically based districting, each district is premised on the notion that common interests are linked exclusively to ethnic identity.
See Roger Benjamin and Stephen J. Carroll’s Breaking the Social Contract: The Fiscal Crisis in California Higher Education (RAND CAE-1-IP, 1998). 18 It is that barriers may impede some who should finish college from doing so. From a public policy perspective, nothing should prevent individuals with the ambition and requisite ability from pursuing opportunities the market offers. These trends are a powerful reminder of the importance of education as an investment in the nation’s future. 18 See David Boesel and Eric Fredland’s College for All?
And they matter for social stability. S. blacks and Hispanics that will only worsen if remedial measures are not taken. 34 College–High School Wage Premium 55% Men 50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 0% 1973 1976 1979 1982 1985 1988 1991 1994 1997 DB320-35 Source: Economic Policy Institute (1999). The risk of dramatic class stratification driven by education is very real, because the economic value of higher education has grown dramatically. This chart displays the increase in the wage premium attached to a college education relative to a high school diploma.
A Demographic Perspective on Our Nation's Future (Documented Briefing (Rand Corporation), Db-320-Wfhf Dlpf Rf,) by Peter A. Morrison