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Michael B. Loughlin

parliament could not curb alcoholism. 65 Well before the war the former neo-Malthusian had begun to stress the ways in which depopulation fostered German aggressiveness and pushed France to ally with Russia, fostering conditions that would pull the nation

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Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh and Juliano Fiori

's consider Europe's contemporary backlash against immigration. The economic argument about the strain immigration places on the welfare state—often framed in neo-Malthusian terms—can be readily rebutted with evidence of immigrants’ net economic contribution

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Alfred Betschart

The Communists and Peace part III in 1954, he referred not to Marx's own economic theory, but to neo-Malthusian theory. (He retracted this part of the article when he reprinted it in 1964. 14 ) Generally, Sartre's quotations of Marx and Engels leave a

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New Materialist Approaches to Fisheries

The Birth of “Bycatch”

Lauren Drakopulos

practices. Throughout the report, Saila makes it clear that discarding is problematic for social and ethical reasons, more so than bioecological concerns. Writing at a time when neo-Malthusian discourses about food scarcity, development, and environmental

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Parks, Proxies, and People

Ideology, Epistemology, and the Measurement of Human Population Growth on Protected Area Edges

David M. Hoffman

) interpretation of human population growth and its impacts on the environment. Conservation biology was undergirded by neo-Malthusian thought regarding the existential threat to the environment posed by human population growth, particularly in the developing

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Karen Hébert, Joshua Mullenite, Alka Sabharwal, David Kneas, Irena Leisbet Ceridwen Connon, Peter van Dommelen, Cameron Hu, Brittney Hammons, and Natasha Zaretsky

opposition to what he characterizes as the catastrophist mainstream of environmentalist thought. Much of the book is given over to repeated criticism of everything from the neo-Malthusian Limits to Growth and John Bellamy Foster’s notion of the “metabolic