An Essay on the Principle of Population


Read by Geoffrey Edwards

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The power of population is indefinitely greater than the power in the earth to produce subsistence for man. Population, when unchecked, increases in a geometrical ratio. Subsistence increases only in an arithmetical ratio. A slight acquaintance with numbers will show the immensity of the first power in comparison with the second (Malthus). (5 hr 32 min)

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00 Preface 4:13 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
01 Chapter 1 13:34 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
02 Chapter 2 15:40 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
03 Chapter 3 11:19 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
04 Chapter 4 13:06 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
05 Chapter 5 22:35 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
06 Chapter 6 10:32 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
07 Chapter 7 27:06 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
08 Chapter 8 11:43 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
09 Chapter 9 15:50 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
10 Chapter 10 29:50 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
11 Chapter 11 7:37 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
12 Chapter 12 27:37 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
13 Chapter 13 12:35 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
14 Chapter 14 12:05 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
15 Chapter 15 19:25 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
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18 Chapter 18 20:27 Read by Geoffrey Edwards
19 Chapter 19 20:59 Read by Geoffrey Edwards