According to Malthus, economic growth leads directly to population growth, and the latter tends to be more rapid than the former. Malthus’ principle appears to have held for the pre-industrial world for millennia. However, the industrialising capitalist countries of Europe experienced low population growth rates during the 20th century, in spite of their high economic growth rates. Why did Malthus’ principle fail to apply in this case?
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