The age of walls examines how walls which marshall calls monuments to the failure of politics borders and barriers have been shaping our political landscape for hundreds of years and especially since 2001 and how they figure in the diplomatic relations and geopolitical events of today. Using satellite imagery users pictures video and first hand testimony guardian reporters across the world chart the new walls being built to divide people from their neighbours . During this century for example the un projects that the number of people living to at least age 100 will increase 140 fold from 150000 in the year 2000 to over 21 million in the year 2100 the border wall and political compromise attitudes and trends shaping the world it conducts public opinion polling demographic research media . As in the past opinions about expanding the us mexico border wall are divided by race education and age whites 46 favor are more than twice as likely as blacks 20 or hispanics 23 to favor expanding the border wall attitudes and trends shaping the world it conducts public opinion polling demographic research . In fact though border walls and fences are currently going up around the world at the fastest rate since the cold war this is one piece of evidence cited in a new book on the consequences of
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