Malthus study of natural population growth was a welcome investigation into a subject that had never before been systematically studied. Essay on the Principle of Population remains a valuable historic document. It turns out, however, that his conclusions were somewhere between "not exactly right," and "totally wrong." He predicted that within 200 years of his writings the world population would have increased to about 256 billion, but that increases in food supply would then support only nine billion. But in the year 2,000, the world population was only a little over six billion. A significant portion of that population was underfed and starvation remained and remains a significant world problem, but the starvation rate never approached the drastic 96 percent starvation rate Malthus proposed.
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