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- Population is a problem for a poor nation.
- Population is strength for an educated nation.
- Population is a non-issue even as other material resources can become non-issues.
- Evolutionarily, population exerts the pressure the society needs to change.
- Artificial control of the population is effective, but its psychological effects are not always desirable.
- Even when absorbed into nation-building or personal career growth, the excess of energy does not seem to have desirable expression.
- The most populous nations, in future becoming the most powerful nations is a possibility.
- More than the numbers, the age groups into which population will emerge will be a problem.
- As the rural population of 18th century became the urban population of the 20th century, the 21st century may be a century of senile population.
- Population can become immaterial even as the size of territory became immaterial to democracies that do not initiate wars.
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