Fertility Decline, Demographic Transition in Europe - Global Problems of Population Growth - Robert Wyman - Lecture 8 of 24 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Medicine

Description: Prior to Malthus, population growth was seen as good for the power and wealth of a country. The rapid population growth of America was crucial in expelling England (via the Revolution) and France (via the Louisiana Purchase) from the US. But in fact, the numbers of the poor were growing in Europe in the 1700s.
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University: Yale University (CT)
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