Talk by David Glass Professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics
Professor Glass continues the discussion on population problems initiated by Colin Clark. He raises some of the points that have to be taken into account in developing population policies in various parts of the world.
Written by Michael Swan with Diana Maddox , William Trent
Production by Douglas Cleiverdom
W W Storey:
A selection of his poems made and introduced by Rayner Heppenstall
Read in French by Gerard Philipe , Francolse Spira , and Jean Vilar , and in English by David King-Wood and Nicolette Bernard
Translations by Frances Cornford , Ernest Dowson , Naomi Lewis , H. W. Garrod , and John Petrie
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