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SUBJECT AREA Economics
DOCUMENT TYPE Essay
CREATED ON 1st May 2018
COMPLETED ON 3rd May 2018
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An Action Plan for Eliminating New Brunswick’s demographic deficit."

Your second assignment is to read my article here below and write a five page essay, single or double spaced, on "An Action Plan for Eliminating New Brunswick’s demographic deficit." Your essay should include a complete bibliography of all the books, articles and web sites used in the completion of your assignment as well as footnoted references for quotations and other forms of academic attribution
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