By Oscar Harkavy
Oscar Harkavy bargains a special insider's view of the interesting global of inhabitants politics. Chapters hint the expansion of the circulate in addition to a few of the foundations, governments, and intergovernmental enterprises which have been an essential component of it from its starting within the Fifties, via its progress through the 60s and 70s, to the current. subject matters comprise the position of social technology in figuring out the factors and results of inhabitants progress; reproductive examine and contraceptive improvement; and the politics of family members making plans, intercourse schooling, and abortion within the United States.
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43. Quoted in The population Council, A Chronicle p. 9. 44. Notestein, "Demography in the United States," p. 676. 45. Ibid. 46. Kritz, The Rockefeller Foundation's Activities, pp. 7-8. 47. Marshal C. Balfour, Frank Notestein, and Irene Taeuber, Public Health and Demography in the Far East: Report of a Survey Trip, September 13-December 13, 1948 (New York: The Rockefeller Foundation, 1950), p. 83. 48. Notestein, "Reminiscences", p. 79. 28 49. 50. 51. 52. CHAPTER 1 Ibid. , pp. 79-80. Population Council, A Chronicle, p.
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The committee's membership consisted of highly visible members of what Eisenhower was to call the military-industrial complex. It was chaired by Major General William H. S. occupation of Germany and then directed the European Recovery Program THE POPULATION MOVEMENT FLOURISHES 35 (Marshall Plan). At the time of his appointment he was chairman of the Mexican Light and Power Company and thus was considered to have experience in the developing world. None of its members had been associated with the population cause prior to their service on the committee.
Curbing Population Growth: An Insider’s Perspective on the Population Movement by Oscar Harkavy