Thomas Robert Malthus  

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"I happened to read for amusement “Malthus on Population” and being well prepared to appreciate the struggle for existence…it at once struck me that under these circumstances…" --Charles Darwin

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Thomas Robert Malthus, FRS (13 February, 176629 December, 1834), was an English demographer and political economist who has become best-known for his influential views on population growth.

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