Filling in the development blanks today is Kevin Johnson, dean of the University of California, Davis School of Law. He is a recognized authority on U.S. immigration law and the author of several books, including the memoir How Did You Get To Be Mexican.
The bold text below shows how Kevin filled in the development blanks. We invite readers to fill in the blanks themselves by using the comment function below. While you are at it, why not respond to Kevin's suggestion below as well? Here goes:
In an era of limits, the new definition of development is sustainable development through green tech.
If I were casting a sequel of Nightmare on Development Street, my choice to play Freddie Krueger would be George W. Bush.
As part of the development agenda, water is in the top five.
As part of the development agenda, tourism is in the bottom half.
Continued or increased dependence on the automobile will lead to more global warming and general environmental degradation (see, for example, Los Angeles).
The population explosion will lead to revolution and anarchy.
The most likely millennium development goal to be achieved is none.
The most difficult millennium development goal to achieve is all.
The most glaring thing missing from the development agenda is dealing with the consumption patterns in the U.S.
My favorite development success story is none.
The sentence I would like to see others complete is: There is no hope for development success unless___________________________.
My Favorite Development Media
Fiction - 1984 by George Orwell
Feature film - Taxi Driver
Website & Blog - IMMIGRATIONPROF
Song - Play that Funky Music
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