By Max Kummerow For hundreds of years, economists have debated whether population growth is good or bad. Malthus said exponential population growth increases labor supply, so wages fall until starvation, war, or plague stops growth in numbers. Marx said capitalism causes poverty and hunger, so population growth is good, because “every stomach is born with […]
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The transition to a steady state economy coincides with the transition to an ecologically sound food system.
/wp-content/uploads/logo-casse-wide.png 0 0 Brent Blackwelder /wp-content/uploads/logo-casse-wide.png Brent Blackwelder2010-10-03 19:18:082018-05-09 22:46:21Food and Agriculture in a Steady State Economy
Fossil-fueled factory farms and livestock slums slip out of style in a steady state economy