Provocative case for America being under-populated country. I have colleagues who argue same thing, and I’m torn. I get the argument, and there is much to be said for, in practical terms, importing the developing world into this one while the U.S. still can, but … there are many persuasive arguments against it as well.
But not a single Republican candidate has spoken up for the idea that America is an under-populated country. In terms of population density, it is, at 83 persons a square mile, an impoverished country, barely a quarter of the rich density of China, which is running way behind India. America just has enormous room for population growth.