Poverty and Population
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Famine - Too Many Mouths to Feed?
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Beckham birth ‘bad example’ or ‘good news’?
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Boris Johnson on over-population
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John Lennon on the population bomb
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The myth of Nigeria’s over-population
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Did Borlaug’s work embarrass population controllers?
William West | 18 September 2009
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Peter Singer on feeding the world’s poor
Michael Cook | 21 April 2009
David Attenborough frightened by population growth
Michael Cook | 19 April 2009
Ballade of Certain Demographers
Michael Cook | 17 April 2009
Bad ideas never die; they become government reports
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Year of the Dragon,
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