From Explosion to Implosion: A Call for Population Skepticism

From Explosion to Implosion: A Call for Population Skepticism
Elizabeth Krause, Spring 2007

Fears of global overpopulation pervade the American psyche. In the past several years, however, an unlikely bedfellow has slipped under the covers of the sleeping giant of overpopulation: The new ally stirs under the namesake of “population implosion.” Loud alarms from Europe reverberate elsewhere in a chorus of too few babies and too many immigrants.

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