2017 was a big year for fertility decline, at all but the highest ages, the economy is probably about to tank, and the U.S. fertility rate is still relatively high for our income level.
As the U.S. adds women to Congress more slowly than other countries, it slips in the global rankings.
As Trump's megaphone has drawn the White supremacists out from under their rocks, the new fake-anti-TPP Hillary has given a bigger platform to obnoxious chauvinism.
Teen birth rates in the US -- and around the world -- are falling because women are postponing their births generally.
If every country were a household, the world would be almost as unequal as Nigeria.
The decline of marriage is worldwide, real, and probably won't reverse soon.
The people we randomly encounter are increasingly likely to be different from ourselves (and each other).
Is there a better way to deal with aging societies than trying to get people to have more children?
OK, here is enough evidence to tie this thing up.
If the poorest billion people shared 10% of the income, that would be pretty good.