AN ESSAY ON THE PRINCIPLE OF POPULATION AND OTHER WRITINGS
Presents the provocative and prescient 1798 work on the dangers of population growth. Malthus argued that the rate of population growth will always outstrip food production, and that social betterment comes from population control, a relevant argument amid today's concerns over global resources. This edition also includes other works by the author.
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