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It has long been conjectured, in one form or another, that development tends to de-stratify a nation: that the higher its level of development, the less stratified-- less unequal--it is. Recent findings on the factor structure of indicators of National Development (ND) indicate that it consists...
Malthus and Marx held that population was controlled by economics. Malthus believed there were environmental constraints on the supportable population; Marx felt that human ingenuity would overcome all limits to growth. Neither had supporting data. The US Census reveals an intermediate position...
At least two decades of research identifies Diarrhea as among the leading causes of morbidity and mortality among children in developing countries. Some estimate that approximately 20% of all deaths amongst children are directly related to diarrhea. In 1993, the World Health Organization...
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