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in countries that comprise the majority of the world's population, the demographic transition has now reached its putative endpoint: a state marked by low fertility and low mortality. it is expected that the rest of the world's countries are headed in the same direction, prompted by modernizing social change and nudged by looming physical constraints. 1(More)
Contents 1. Introduction 2. Population control in traditional societies 3. Rationale for population policy 4. Population policy in the liberal state 5. Population policy between the World Wars 6. International population policy after World War II 7. Population policy in response to below-replacement fertility Glossary Bibliography Biographical Sketch
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