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Jeff Jacoby

The population pessimists

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Columnist / October 25, 2006

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WHEN THE population of the United States hit 200 million in 1967, President Lyndon Johnson marked the occasion with a speech at the Commerce Department, home to the US Census Bureau and its official "population clock." (Full article: 781 words)

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