Letters, Dec. 21, 1959

Explosion About Population

Sir:

Congratulations on your fine exposition of the problem of undernourishment and the emerging peoples as carried in your Nov. 30 issue.

Certainly this type of thinking is more valuable and constructive than the hysterical and negativistic brand so widespread at the moment.

Thank you for an aid to clear and logical thought.

ANNE HANLEY The Bronx, N.Y.

Sir:

Man has thus far survived the challenges of nature by adapting to and overcoming them. Has the human race lost its self-confidence? The only progress the race has made has been through expansion and...

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