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Taking population seriously

Frances Moore Lappé

Rachel Schurman

A Food First Book

The Institute for Food and Development Policy

San Francisco

Copyright © 1988, 1990 The Institute for Food and Development Policy.

All rights reserved.

First published in 1988 by the Institute for Food and Development Policy as "The Missing Piece in the Population Puzzle," Food First Development Report No. 4, September 1988.

Printed in the United States of America

ISBN: 0-935028-53-6

Design: Constance King

Cover Design: Susan Galleymore

Typesetting: Access Typography

Printing: West Coast Print Center

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