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    [Demographic development between 1945 and 1953 and reactions from social scientists] De demografische ontwikkeling tussen 1945 en 1953 en de reacties uit de sociale wetenschappen.

    Steigenga-Kouwe SE

    BEVOLKING EN GEZIN. 1995; (1):79-95.

    In an earlier [paper] Hoogmoed...suggested that the rather quick post war population growth including the babyboom 1946/'47 was hardly discussed in the Netherlands. Consulting seminar reports from that time (1945-1953) it becomes clear that this picture is not at all true. Quite a few people had serious concerns. A stream of conferences, books, articles in newspapers and magazines, radio debates, etc. dealt with population issues. This article reviews some of these sources and the careful, also ethical discussions, in scientific circles, on marital fertility and migration. (SUMMARY IN ENG) (EXCERPT)
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    The fall and rise of religion.

    Riche MF

    American Demographics. 1982 May; 4(5):14-19, 47.

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