By: JL Simon
578 pages, Figures
Controversial essays on the effects of population growth upon the standard of living, with special emphasis on raw materials and the environment. Simon argues that the world's food supply is improving, that population growth has long-term benefits, and that the US benefits from more immigrants. Some of the most provocative essays in this volume have never before been published.
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