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6 Billion Human Beings - Interactive site with lots of fascinating facts. The population picture isn't as gloomy as it may appear, according to this site.
Defusing the Population Bomb - Commentary by Stephen Moore of the Cato Institute.
Educate Bill Gates - Bill Gates, his foundation and other philanthropists need an education about population control -- it is not necessary, because the world is not overpopulated.
Ending the Myth of Overpopulation - Commentary by Joseph L. Bast of the Heartland Institute argues that the world is not overpopulated.
Julian Simon - Home page of population economist, Julian Simon (1932-1998). Many of Dr. Simon's writings are online at this page maintained by the University of Maryland, including his magnum opus, The Ultimate Resource 2.
Overpopulation - Information and resources on the overpopulation debate - Includes an extensive FAQ (which argues that population pressures will not lead to disasters predicted by people such as Paul Ehrlich), book reviews, links, a discussion forum and regular updates on population-related news.
Population Research Institute - Documents abuses of human rights in pursuit of population control; argues for moderate population growth and "economic development models which respect the dignity and rights of the individual human person and the family."
Six billion people? three cheers - Every issue from human rights to reproductive health has been twisted into an argument for controlling population. But the only place where there are too many people is in the population control lobby, says Frank Furedi.
The Doomslayer - Wired magazine article on population economist Julian Simon.
The Law of Increasing Returns - Commentary by Ronald Bailey arguing that the explosive growth in ideas has allowed the world to support more people at an increasing standard of living.
The State of Humanity: Good and Getting Better - Commentary by Julian L. Simon and Sheldon Richman. Argues that progressive trends will continue indefinitely.
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