More economic growth means more population growth, according to Thomas Malthus. The demographer and preacher believed that food production is linear and population growth exponential, and as such are the limits to growth. An overpopulated society leads to famines. Epidemics and wars were insufficient to control the growing population, according to Malthus.
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