overpopulation

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Overpopulation had long since ceased to be a problem—the atomic wars had seen to that.

Overpopulation of England, colonization and the belief in, 67, 138.

Albertsville was a nice town, too young for slums, too new for overpopulation.

Many parts of the country are suffering from overpopulation.

A much greater danger, according to Dr. Reed, is overpopulation.

Overpopulation was not the fault of the people, but their misfortune.

Cousin Yachkovich begins again at his talk on overpopulation.

Cousin Yachkovich is always discoursing on overpopulation; that is his hobby.

I mustn't blame Leffingwell for solving the overpopulation problem, even though he used me as a guinea-pig in his experiments.

A peculiarly sharp and specially applied sense of the earth's overpopulation.

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