Population and Peace in the Pacific

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Population and Peace in the Pacific

By Warren S. Thompson
University of Chicago Press, 1946
397 pp. $3.75

A first-rate study of population growth as a primary factor in the need for a better distribution of the world's resources in the Pacific region (including India), by the Director of the Scripps Foundation of Population Research at Miami University.

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