Early modern times as the secular cycle
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Early modern times as the secular cycle
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Neo-Malthusian concept argues that early modern times was the secular (or «demographic») cycle. This secular cycle began after the demographic disaster - epidemic, "Black Death" in the middle of the 14th century. Population growth has led to a drop in consumption and the new demographic catastrophe in the 17th century.
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Neo-Malthusianism, overpopulation, consumption, demographic cycle
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16.02.2012
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30.03.2012
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