On the Web: Specialized Sites
Negative Population Growth (sees US as already too populated to achieve sustainable economy. Motto: "All causes are lost without population control")
Population Connection (Previously Zero Population Growth. Lobbies against growth)
Population Institute (Political action group)
Beck, Roy & Leon Kolankiewicz. "Have U.S. environmentalists abandoned population stabilization?" World Watch (jul/aug 2001).
Foster, John Bellamy. "Malthus' Essay on Population at age 200: a Marxian view," Monthly Review 7 (12/98):1-18.
Gimenez, Martha E. "Population & capitalism," Latin American Perspectives 4,4 (fall 77):5-40.
Rivlin, Michael. "When hate goes green," On Earth 24,2 (sum 02). On the environmentalist's argument for limiting immigration.
van Beusekom, Monica M. "From underpopulation to overpopulation: French perceptions of population, environment & agricultural development in French Soudan (Mali), 1900-1960," Environmental History 4,2 (4/99):198-219.
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Allison, Anthony (ed.) Population Control (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1970).
Alonso, William & Paul Starr (eds.) The Politics of Numbers (NY: Russell Sage, 1987).
Anon. (ed.) Three Great Economists (NY: Oxford, 1997). Smith, Malthus & Keynes.
Back, Kurt W. Family Planning & Population Control: The Challenges of a Successful Movement (Boston: Twayne, 1989).
Bandarage, Asoka. Women, Population & Global Crisis (London: Zed, 1997).
Brown, Lester. In the Human Interest: A Strategy to Stabilize World Population (NY: Norton, 1974).
__________ & Erik Eckholm. By Bread Alone (NY: Praeger, 1974).
__________ (ed.) annual State of the World reports, published by World Watch in Washington.
Chaudhry, Muhammad Sharif. Family Planning in Islam (Lahore: Impact, 1996).
Coleman, Samuel. Family Planning in Japanese Society: Traditional Birth Control in a Modern Urban Culture (Princeton: Princeton U, 1983).
Colinvaux, Paul. The Fates of Nations: A Biological Theory of History (NY: Simon & Schuster, 1980). Applies niche theory to Homo sapiens.
Dolan, Brian (ed.) Malthus, Medicine & Morality: Malthusianism after 1798 (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2000).
Dupaquier, J. et al. (eds.) Malthus Past & Present (NY: Academic, 1983).
Ehrlich, Paul. The Population Bomb (NY: Ballantine, 1968).
__________. The End of Affluence: A Blueprint for Your Future (NY: Ballantine, 1974).
__________; Anne H. Ehrlich & John P. Holdren. Ecoscience: Population, Resources, Environment (San Francisco: W.H. Freeman, 1977).
__________ & John P. Holdren (eds.) The Cassandra Conference: Resources & the Human Predicament (College Station TX: Texas A&M, 1988).
__________ & Anne H. Ehrlich. The Population Explosion (NY: Simon & Schuster, 1990).
__________; Anne H. Ehrlich & Gretchen C. Daily. The Stork & the Plow: The Equity Answer to the Human Dilemma (NY: Putnam's, 1995).
__________. A World of Wounds: Ecologists & the Human Dilemma (Oldendorf/Luhe: Ecology Institute, 1997).
Elwell, Frank W. A Commentary on Malthus' 1798 Essay on Population as Social Theory (Lewiston NY: E. Mellen, 2001).
Fagley, Richard Martin. The Population Explosion & Christian Responsibility (NY: Oxford, 1960).
Gibbs, Lois Marie. Dying from Dioxin: A Citizen’s Guide to Reclaiming our Health and Rebuilding Democracy (Boston, MA : South End Press, 2003).
Glass, David V. Introduction to Malthus (London: Watts, 1953).
Hardin, Garret. Living Within Limits: Ecology, Economics & Population Taboos (NY: Oxford, 1993).
Kellman, Mitchell. World Hunger: A Neo-Malthusian Perspective (NY: Praeger, 1987).
Keysers, Loes & Ines Smyth. Family Planning: More than Fertility Control? (East Lansing: Michigan State U., 1989).
Khalifa, Mona. Family Planning & Sustainable Devleopment in Egypt (Cairo: Cairo Demographic Center, 1994).
Lakshmanna, Mamata. Population Control & Family Planning in India (Delhi: Discovery, 1988).
Lappé, Frances Moore & Rachel Schurman. The Missing Piece in the Population Puzzzle (San Francisco: Institute for Food & Development Policy, 1988).
__________ & Rachel Schurman. Taking Population Seriously (San Francisco: Institute for Food & Development Policy, 1990).
Lenica, Jan & Alfred Sauvy. Population Explosion, Abundance or Famine (NY: Dell, 1962).
Mahadevan, K. & M. Sumangala. Social Development, Cultural Change & Fertility Decline: A Study of Fertility Change in Kerala (New Delhi: Sage, 1987).
Malthus, Thomas Robert. An Essay on Population  (NY: Dutton, 1958).
Mamdani, Mahmood. The Myth of Population Control: Family, Caste, & Class in an Indian Village (NY: Monthly Review, 1978).
McCormack, Arthur. The Population Explosion & World Hunger (London: Burns & Oates, 1963).
Meadows, Donella H. et al. The Limits to Growth: A Report for the Club of Rome's Project on the Predicament of Mankind (NY: Universe, 1972).
__________. Beyond the Limits: Confronting Global Collapse, Envisioning a Sustainable Future (Post Mills VT: Chelsea Green, 1992).
Meek, Ronald L. (ed.) Marx & Engels on the Population Bomb: Selections from the Writings of Marx & Engels Dealing with the Theories of Thomas Robert Malthus (Berkeley: Ramparts, 1971).
Michaelson, Karen L. And the Poor Get Children: Radical Perspectives on Population Dynamics (NY: Monthly Review, 1981).
Negative Population Growth & Federation for American Immigration. Reinventing Malthus for the 21st Century: A Bicentennial Event on Malthus' Original Population Essay (Washington: Negative Population Growth, 1997).
Nickerson, Jane Soames. Homage to Malthus (Port Washington NY: Kennikat, 1975).
Ohlin, Goran. Population Control & Economic Development (Paris: OECD, 1967).
Omran, Abdel Rahim. Family Planning in the Legacy of Islam (NY: Routledge, 1992).
Pestel, Eduard. Beyond the Limits to Growth: A Report to the Club of Rome (NY: Universe, 1989).
Phillips, J.F.& J.A. Ross (eds.) Family Planning Programs & Fertility (Oxford: Clarendon, 1992).
Pirages, Dennis & Paul R. Ehrlich. Ark II: Social Response to Environmental Imperatives (NY: Viking, 1974).
Pohlman, Edward (ed.) Population: A Clash of Prophets (NY: New American Library, 1973).
Rohe, John F. A Bicentennial Malthusian Essay: Conservation, Population, & the Indifference to Limits (Traverse City MI: Rhodes & Easton, 1997).
Ross, Eric B. The Malthus Factor: Population, Poverty & Politics in Capitalist Development (London: Zed, 1998).
Ross, John A et al. Family Planning & Population: A Compendium of International Statistics (NY: Population Council, 1993).
Russell, Maud. Population Control in China: Up-Date on the "One-Child-per-Family" Program (NY: M. Russell, 1986).
Shapiro, Thomas. Population Control Politics: Women, Sterilization & Reproductive Choice (Philadelphia: Temple, 1985).
Serron, Luis A. Scarcity, Exploitation & Poverty: Malthus & Marx in Mexico (Norman: U. Oklahoma, 1980).
Smith, Kenneth. The Malthusian Controversy (NY: Octagon, 1978).
Talmor, Ezra (ed.) Malthus Our Contemporary (NY: Pergamon, 1983).
Turner, Michael (ed.) Malthus & His Time (NY: St. Martin's, 1986).
Watson, Walter B. (ed.) Family Planning in the Developing World: A Review of Programs (NY: Population Council, 1977).
Wood, John Cunningham (ed.) Thomas Robert Malthus, Critical Assessments (London: Croom Helm, 1986).
Zinke, George W. The Problem of Malthus: Must Progress End in Overpopulation? (Boulder: U. Colorado, 1967).
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In the Library: Photography
Noam Chomsky, "Population control in the New World Order" (audiotape). From Radio Free Maine; P.Ol. Box 2705; Augusta, ME 04338.
"Dodging Doomsday" , dir. Bettina Lerner, 51m. From Films for the Humanities & Sciences.
"The Legacy of Malthus" , dir. Deepa Dhanraj, 50m. From Bullfrog Films.
"Paul Ehrlich" , dir. John M. Whiteley, 29m.
"Paul Ehrlich & the Population Bomb" , by KQED & Buffalo Gap Television, 60m. From Films for the Humanities & Sciences.