Letters: Looking for more data points

I have complained in the past about the writings of IBJ’s two local economists, but today I wish to compliment them on a very thoughtful column about lower population growth [“Cecil Bohanon and John Horowitz: Fewer children partly attributed to pensions,” Nov. 19].

I wonder if there are other data points to support their theory besides Namibia? One small African country does not seem like a good foundation for broad conclusions.

–Jerry Williams

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