Falling Fertility


The Economist swings ‘round on population
Michael Cook | Nov 10 2009 | comment  
The message is finally getting through: the population bomb has fizzled out and fertility is falling everywhere in the world. This is the cheerful message delivered in the October 29 issue of The Economist. If the world’s leading news magazine has finally swung around, the day is not far behind when population controllers will be unemployed. 
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