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Two centuries ago Thomas Malthus declared that worldwide famine was inevitable as human population growth outpaced food production. At a conference in 1972 a group of academics predicted much the same thing for the last part of the twentieth century. Yet worldwide famine has not occurred and food supplies in the U.S. are excellent in both quantity and quality. Why have we been able to supply ourselves so well?

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