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The Population Ahead

Roy G. Francis, editor

The Population Ahead
The Population Ahead

Roy G. Francis was a professor of sociology, emeritus, at the University of South Florida.

The Population Ahead

Table of Contents

Foreword, BY Julius M. Nolte, DEAN, EXTENSION DIVISION, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA

The Desegregation of Ideas, BY Roy G. Francis, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF SOCIOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
A Generation of Demographic Change, BY Pascal K. Whelpton, DIREC-
TOR, SCRIPPS FOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH IN POPULATION PROBLEMS I 2
Minimum Subsistence, BY Ancel Keys, DIRECTOR, PHYSIOLOGICAL HY-
GIENE LABORATORY, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA 27
Optimum Rates of Population Growth, BY Frederick Osborn, EXEC-
UTIVE DIRECTOR, POPULATION COUNCIL 40
The Man-Land Ratio, BY Jan O. M. Broek, PROFESSOR OF GEOGRAPHY,
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA 52
The Equilibrium Population, BY Edward S. Deevey, OSBORN ZOOLOGICAL
LABORATORY, YALE UNIVERSITY 64
The Genetic Future of Man, BY Karl Sax, PROFESSOR OF BOTANY, HAR-
VARD UNIVERSITY 87
Cultural Aspects of the Population Problem, BY Robert F. Spencer,
PROFESSOR OF ANTHROPOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA 98
Variations on a Theme by Malthus, BY Arnold C. Harberger, PROFESSOR
OF ECONOMICS, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO IO8
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The Population Ahead
Commentary., BY Warren S. Thompson, DIRECTOR EMERITUS, SCRIPPS
FOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH IN POPULATION PROBLEMS, 125; Philip M.
Raup, PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, UNIVERSITY OF MINNE-
SOTA, 130; Sheldon Reed, DIRECTOR, DIGHT INSTITUTE, UNIVERSITY OF
MINNESOTA, 135; Alex Weingrod, INSTRUCTOR IN ANTHROPOLOGY, UNI-
VERSITY OF MINNESOTA, 138; Dwight Minnich, CHAIRMAN, DEPARTMENT
OF ZOOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA, 148

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