"Countries like France and Japan became rich before they grew old. Now much of the developing world is growing old before it before it becomes rich, due primarily rapid declines in birthrates that are unprecedented in human demographic history. Mosher correctly shows how the debate over reproductive rights and population control has to come terms with a world in which population growth is decelerating, and what remains will come mostly from increases in the ranks of the elderly."
-- Phillip Longman, Author: The Empty Cradle: How Falling Birthrates Threaten World Prosperity. Senior Fellow, New America Foundation.
"In Population Control, Mr. Mosher incisively explores the history and effects of the population control movement from a pro-people perspective, based on the belief that because each person has unique value, more people means more for all of us - more economic production, more potential for artistic and scientific achievement, more innovation.....his latest book should be read by all those who want to know why thriving human populations are reasons to rejoice rather than fear."
-- Joseph A. D'Agostino, The Washington Times
Steven W. Mosher is president of Population Research Institute and is recognized as one of the leading authorities on population studies. He is the author of several books and articles, including A Mother’s Ordeal: One Woman’s Fight against China’s One-Child Policy; Journey to the Forbidden China; and Broken Earth: The Rural Chinese. In addition to making appearances on Good Morning America, 60 Minutes, and CNN News, his work has appeared in theWall Street Journal, the NewRepublic, and National Review.
Unfortunately the author does not understand the principles of sustainable living. God want us to prosper and to honor and value the earth. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Steven H. Bickel
Oh wow, this book sad. It's people like this that will bring the world down. They're firm believers in god and the coming 'apocalypse' I'm sure, but they should know that it's a... Read morePublished on March 1, 2011 by Eric Hirzel
The author is a staunch believer in the sanctity of the 'natural family' (father in a paternalistic role, mother in a helpmeet role, many children), and in the soundness of... Read morePublished on July 30, 2009 by worddancer
This book tells much in a vociferous and prejorative language, villifying any person who wants to limit population growth. Read morePublished on March 10, 2009 by Lisa A. Sammet