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Thomas Robert Malthus believed that population growth would a. put stress on the economy’s ability to produce food, dooming humans to remain in poverty. b. spread the capital stock too thinly across the labor force, lowering each worker’s productivity. c. promote technological progress, because there would be more scientists and inventors. d. eventually decline to sustainable levels, as birth control improved and people had smaller families.

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N. Gregory Mankiw
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N. Gregory Mankiw
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337091985

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Thomas Robert Malthus believed that population growth would

a. put stress on the economy’s ability to produce food, dooming humans to remain in poverty.

b. spread the capital stock too thinly across the labor force, lowering each worker’s productivity.

c. promote technological progress, because there would be more scientists and inventors.

d. eventually decline to sustainable levels, as birth control improved and people had smaller families.

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