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Malthusians, marxists, and missionaries

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Nick Eberstadt is a visiting research fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation, and a former teaching fellow at Harvard University’s Center for Population Studies. He has written on hunger, population, and development forThe New York Review of Books and many other publications and is the author ofPoverty in China and editor ofFertility Decline in the Less Developed Countries: The Emerging Pattems.

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Eberstadt, N. Malthusians, marxists, and missionaries. Society 17, 29–35 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03180777

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Keywords

  • Poor Country
  • Food Deficit
  • Poor Nation
  • Food Crisis
  • World Hunger