Human GeographyMrs. Sue
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Assuming that achieving replacementlevel fertility is desirable, is the assumption of 0 years to reach replacement fertility realistic, optimistic, or pessimistic?
Why?
A) Because achieving replacementlevel fertility will not drop until people desire smaller families.
B) Because achieving replacementlevel fertility is a process influenced by many social factors.
C) Because economic status for large numbers of people does not change overnight.
D) Because cultural preferences do not change overnight.
E) All of the above.
Could the answer possibly be E because it seems as if more than one answer could be right?

It could be.
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