Mouths to Feed

September 1973
New Republic;9/29/73, Vol. 169 Issue 12, p4
The article discusses the accountability of the U.S. with the shortage of food in the third world countries. Reason behind the need of the U.S. to help famine-affected nations; Responsiveness of the American government to the issue; Factors influencing the prevailing starvation; Views of the author on the condition of the world after few years; Information on food shortage in many places like India and Africa; Concern of the author on increasing population of the world every year; Readiness of the United States to face the situation of famine in next 12 months and providing aid to under developed nations; Need of an industrialized world to fight with decreasing food availability; Availability of materials of the need of the U.S. with some developing countries; Report on World Population Conference to be held by the United Nations in the year 1974.


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