"U.S. births are at their lowest since the 1920s, according to a study by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life.
"According to Don Feder, communications director for the World Congress of Families, fewer births now means fewer people to have babies later, fewer workers to support our advanced industrialized economy, and fewer workers paying into pension systems to support the elderly, among other things, which could eventually lead to a rationing of health services for the aging and, the end result, euthanasia.
"There are the obvious reasons why the countryâ€™s birthrate is declining, Feder said, including an increase in the number of abortions, the use of contraceptives, and cohabitation (fewer marriages equal fewer children). But he added that there are also some not-so-obvious factors."
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