Gray versus Malthus, or, The principles of population and production investigated and the result found to be that population regulates subsistence, not subsistence population, while the increase of population, far from tending to overstock, and to produce poverty and distress, is the grand source of the permanent increase of wealth, and of amplifying the means of employment and happiness /
Longman, Orme, and co.,
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