Improved agricultural technique is not the only answer to the problem of hunger in overpopulated countries, stated Paul C. Mangelsdorf, professor of Botany, before the American Association for the Advancement of Science last Thursday. He stressed education, transportation, public health, and birth rate control methods for the food shortages in many nations.
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