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There are some foreign-policy questions that require all the wisdom America's leaders can summon—and some good luck as well.
If dispassion is the tone best suited for writing about contentious ethnic and demographic issues, this lucid survey of the numbers question across much of the Northern Hemisphere deserves every plaudit.
Having written books on the Balkans (Balkan Ghosts) and the most disorganized parts of Africa (The Ends of the Earth), Robert Kaplan, contributing editor to the Atlantic Monthly, has turned his eye on the western half of North America.
They have been liberated by their ethnic backgrounds to speak more candidly than the vast majority of their countrymen.
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