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Published April 27, 2009; Available 1-888 280 7715; Barnes and Noble; Borders; www.barnesandnoble.com ; www.borders.com ; www.Amazon.com

"Eye-opening, incisive, brilliant! The US has the fastest growing population of any industrial nation, and one of the world's highest consumption rates. Water, topsoil, forests, fish, petroleum...the more of us, the more pressure we exert on our environment. Many discuss our personal consumption patterns, but few dare talk about the underlying crisis of population growth.  Wooldridge is one of the few courageous voices warning us about the implications of our current direction, and informing us what we can do to change course."  Richard Heinberg, Peak Everything


"Electrifying reading!  This is a veritable cannonade of a book.  Wooldridge targets the people and institutions, from the President on down, who refuse to look at the consequences of population growth in the modern era.   His focus is on the United States, but his range is the world.  He fearlessly addresses issues that politicians fear to mention, such as the effects of mass immigration on our population future and our social systems.  He engages to force population issues into our local and national political decisions." Lindsey Grant, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Environment and Population. 


"The environmental community may be outrageously AWOL on the important subject of population, but not Frosty Wooldridge. Read this book!" Richard D. Lamm, Governor of Colorado 1975- 1987


"Wooldridge's powerful indictment of our political leaders for failing to address U.S. overpopulation should be required reading in classrooms and boardrooms. To mindlessly add 100 million more people to our nation's population in the next 30 years will put the United States economy and social order at further risk. His challenge needs to be addressed on individual, national and international levels before it's too late."  William B. Dickinson, The Biocentric Institute


America on the Brink: The Next Added 100 Million Americans--injects a whole new dynamic facing the United States in the 21st century.  While national leaders at every level ignore accelerating consequences, immigration-driven hyper-population growth will become THE single greatest issue facing America in the years ahead.  By adding 100 million people by 2035, every crisis facing Americans today accelerates in harsher consequences--whether it is water shortages, climate change, energy scarcity, dwindling resources, gridlock, air pollution and a decline of quality of life.   Wooldridge compellingly states the obvious fact that the U.S. cannot continue population expansion indefinitely.  He offers Hobson’s Choice as a final result of mass denial.  If the U.S. adds another 100 million people via immigration, it faces two doors: if the country picks door # 1, this civilization walks over a cliff.  If it picks door # 2, it walks into quicksand.  Once that 100 million people manifest, no one, no matter what their race, creed or color—escapes.  Americans will endure water shortages, energy problems, crowding and a much diminished standard of living.  The American Dream will no longer be available. However, he offers concrete ways to change the future.  In all great social change, it takes a ‘conscious shift’ that leads to a ‘critical mass shift’ and finally, a ‘tipping point’ whereby a civilization turns toward a sustainable and viable future.  It’s up to each citizen and leader to make sure that ‘tipping point’ occurs.  The fate of this civilization hangs in the balance.


America on the Brink: The Next Added 100 Million Americans

By Frosty Wooldridge

Publisher: Author House www.authorhouse.com, Price: $17.99

ISBN # 978-1-4389-6074-6

219 pages, 41chapters

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3 Comments in Response to

Comment by Frosty Wooldridge
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For the guy who trashed my work, I have to say what Lincoln said, "Better to let people think you're a fool or idiot than to open your mouth and remove all doubt."

I dislike stupid people who don't know their butts from a hole in the ground--especially when they defend their own stupidity by calling names and making up stuff. FW

Comment by Frosty Wooldridge
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As Einstein said, "Great spirits suffer from the slings and arrows of weak minds."

Overpopulation will be THE single greatest issue facing the US in the 21st century and the 'stupid and uninformed' will line up for their own suicides and their children's. Pity that critical thinking and reason dropped off 30 years ago. FW

Comment by C Scott Morris
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This kind of "We love the environment" pathos is absolutely RIDICULOUS and as IMMORAL as it is GENOCIDAL. You want to "fix overpopulation"? Then please, jump off a bridge. One less burden for our pitiful little planet. Wooldridge consistently supports this crap, and tolerating it means entertaining the idea of slaughtering 6 BILLION PEOPLE.

Anyone with two bits of sense knows that the human trump card is in our ability to do more with less, and that applies to supporting ourselves physically as well. Sure, the insane corporatism that has typified modern western culture needs addressing, without a doubt. However, we still retain the capacity for sustainable growth and expansion, while reducing that growth's negative impact on our surroundings and its life systems.

Read over population: translate into genocide. It's that simple. Almost as simple as Wooldridge here.