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Title: The Population Bomb
Author: Ehrlich, Paul R.
Publisher: Buccaneer Books
Publication Date: 1995/12/01
Number of Pages: 201
Binding Type: HARDCOVER
Library of Congress: BL 99003979
I love that he pointed a finger at "death control" way back in 1968!
He was "right on"with that idea and still it is a taboo topic. Read more
Incredible book. A true visionary.
And people still don't get it. It's not a prediction with a deadline, it's a statement of what is coming because of our bad... Read more
I have owned this book since way before there even was an Amazon. I show it to young people to demonstrate that when the Chicken Littles start screaming "The sky is falling! Read morePublished 4 months ago by zman121
This book is an abject failure. The author should be ashamed for writing it. I met Erlich in Costa Rica in 1989 and was critical of the book, but he was unabashed about his fear... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mark Taylor
IF YOU'VE EVER HEARD OF MADONNA
YOU'LL KNOW HOW IMPORTANT THIS AUTHOR IS
I read this book years ago and I totally believed it. But it's crap. Just NONSENSE. This fool was on every talk show in America
telling people to stop having kids because... Read more
Eco-craziness reached its peak with this book - it reads like science fiction, with the "fiction" part being the operative word. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Patriot Reader
The book was controversial when it came out as it was quite alarmist, although common belief among educated people is that it was true, and consistent with Malthusian theory. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Hanno the Phoenician