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1. The nature of the world food and population problem



1. The nature of the world food and population problem



Future dimensions of world food and population: 5-34



The paper begins with "the great humanitarian vision of a world without hunger" as reflected in the recommendations of the 1974 World Food Conference held in Rome. Details are given of progress and prospects since 1974 as a means of introducing the international dimensions of the world food problem.

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