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TorgoX (1933)

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Wednesday May 03, 2006
09:02 PM

Long Now

[ #29522 ]

Dear Log,

«But Barbara Dippelhofer, a professor of sociology at Magdeburg's university, takes a more sanguine view. "If you look at birthrates historically then things are not so terrible. After all in Bismarck's time, back in 1871, there were 41 million people living in an area much bigger than modern Germany."»

This interestingly relates to some of the talks here.

(Meanwhile...)