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In Mexico, the expression Porfiriato refers to A. the oppressive rule of Porfirio Diaz. B. the revolution of 1911 that overthrew Diaz. C. any kind of authoritarian political oppression. D. the end of the political dominance of the PRI in July 2000.
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Immigration currently accounts for about _______ of U.S. population growth. A. one-half B. three-quarters C. one-third D. a quarter
Weegy: C. one-third ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Almost one-third of the current population growth is caused by net immigration. [ By 2000, the Nation's population is pro-jected to be 8 million larger than it would have been if there were no net immigration after July 1, 1992. By 2050, this difference would increase to 82 million. In fact, about 86 percent of the population growth during the year 2050 may be due to the effects of post-1992 net immigration. ] (More)
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