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The U.S. ranks in the bottom half of industrialized countries for preventable mortality, infant mortality and maternal mortality rates — all indicators of a nation’s health care quality
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But the purpose of the Dodd-Frank reforms was not just to protect against such a crisis ever occurring but to ensure we never get close. That can’t be forgotten.
Shortly after Ehrlich’s book, everything began to change, with the total fertility rate going from 4.9 in 1960 to to 2.4 in 2015.