Franklin, James; Tueno, Sarah Chee
July 2003
Quadrant Magazine;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 47 Issue 7/8, p52
Deals with concerns raised in relation to fertility decline and population issues worldwide as of July 2003. Practice in European populations to have one baby per woman; Comparison of the rates of childlessness between Atheists, Christians and Jews; Differences in fertility rates with education levels.


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