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Human Tide: How Population Shaped the Modern World by Paul Morland

By: Morland, Paul.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London Public Affairs Section 2019Description: 344p.ISBN: 9781473675131.Subject(s): Population - Economic aspectsDDC classification: 304.6
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Part I: Population and History
1. Introduction
2. The Weight of Numbers
Part II: The Gathering Tide: Among the Europeans
3. The Triumph of the Anglo-Saxons
4. The German and Russian Challenges
5. The Passing of the `Great Race'
6. The West since 1945 From Baby-Boom to Mass Immigration
7. Russia and the Eastern Bloc from 1945 The Demography of Cold War Defeat
Part III: The Tide Goes Global: Beyond the Europeans
8. Japan, China and East Asia The Ageing of Giants
9. The Middle East and North Africa The Demography of Instability
10. Nothing New Under the Sun? Final Frontiers and Future Vistas.

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