List of Tables List of Figures Preface Introduction The Analytical Framework Methodology Worldwide Impending Hunger: The Empirical Picture The Evidence of Effective Malthusian Pressures: The Empirical Record Changes in the Agricultural Tehcnology Summary Appendixes Bibliography Index
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