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In search of population policy; views from the developing world.

Corporate Author: National Academy of Sciences (U.S.).
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, National Academy of Sciences, 1974.
Subjects: Developing countries > Population policy > Congresses.
Developing countries > Population > Congresses.
Note: Prepared for the Office of Population, U.S. Bureau for Population and Humanitarian Assistance, under contract no. AID/csd-3600.
"A report on five regional seminars conducted in 1973 by Office of the Foreign Secretary, Commission on International Relations, National Academy of Sciences--National Research Council, and cosponsoring institutions in developing countries."
Physical Description: ix, 108 p. 23 cm.
ISBN: 0309022428
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