The Human Future Revisited

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The Human Future Revisited

By Harrison Brown
Norton, 1978
287 pp. $10.95

An essay on the fissures between rich and poor countries and on those attempting to bridge the gap, with special attention to the major global issues of population, food and energy. Dr. Brown's prescriptions are largely hortatory, just as his analysis is essentially Malthusian. The North-South dialogue has already evolved well beyond the framework outlined in this book.

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