World Population - Turning the Tide : Three Decades of Progress

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Springer Netherlands, Aug 5, 1994 - Law - 387 pages
This work recounts the successful story of national and international approaches to the population question from the 1960s to the present, and examines the progress made in reducing rapid rates of population growth and high levels of fertility. It describes the evolution of national population policies by governments, their aims, successes and shortcomings, and explores the emergence of international agencies seeking to reinforce and underpin those commitments.

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Contents

First Successes
61
The World Population Conference Bucharest 1974
109
Falling Birth Rates 1974 to 1984
125
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