An Essay on the Principle of Population by Thomas Malthus

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Thomas Malthus’s controversial essay on his theoretical depiction of the relationship between population and resources/ production efficacy. The essay outlines the undertakings of what are the foundations of modern corporate eugenics policies. This principle, known as Malthusianism, exerts that policies in marriage, birth control, and population reduction are essential to the sustainability of global economic and political health.

His policies would go on to influence organizations such as the Club of Rome, Trilateral Commission, Sierra Club, United Nations, and Rockefeller Foundation. It is also a key element in the argument for radical environmentalists, whom believe that mankind must be controlled, diminished, and in some cases, eliminated, in order to preserve the well-being of the environment.

An Essay on the Principle of Population by Thomas Malthus

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