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Obstacles to Population Control

Jaffe, A. J. and Sweezy, Alan and Kingsley, Davis (1968) Obstacles to Population Control. Science, 159 (3814). pp. 481-482. ISSN 0036-8075. doi:10.1126/science.159.3814.481.

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Davis' article "Population policy: Will current programs succeed?" (10 Nov., p. 730) is excellent and I can only elaborate on one point. He wrote: "Support and encouragement of research on population policy other than family planning is negligible. It is precisely this blocking of alternative thinking and experimentation that makes the emphasis on family planning a major obstacle to population control." This statement minimizes the problem.

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Official Citation:Obstacles to Population Control Kingsley Davis Science 2 February 1968: 159 (3814), 481-482. [DOI:10.1126/science.159.3814.481-b]
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