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The world population reached 6 billion in 1999. Remarkably to note, it took a century to grow from 1 billion to 2 billion people; 30 years (1930-1960) to reach 3 billion; 15 years (1960-1975) for the next billion; and 12 years to grow from 4 billion to 5 billion. At the current rate the world will have 7 billion people soon after the year 2010. The overwhelming share of world population growth is taking place in developing countries (89.9 % in 1970-80; 92.2 % in 1980-90, 95.2% in 1990-2000; 97.6% in 2000-10; and 98.4% in 2010-20). The population of developing countries has more than doubled in 35 years, growing from 1.89 ...
Urban historians like Howard Chudacoff and Charles Glaab argue that European colonists created New World cities like the Old World cities they had left. In his book The Evolution of American Urban Society , historian Howard Chudacoff states unequivocally that the people who colonized North America were urban-minded. Colonists came to America with the idea of establishing settlements that resembled the urban places that they had known in the Old World. Immigrants saw cities and towns as centers of defense, organization, population control and a place to buy and sell goods and as a center of ... Read More
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