Final ..,- XI, 1973
Political Science 1.3
EMay 15, 1973
A TSL Iri 0 "Q i' OI~. : ayd any other ques'Lon. of your Choice.
L1 Borelson has rmadi.o .- i.- of a3 the population policy
measures suaggstod "in the litrec.turc whichh go beyondd family
planning." Do you believCe oli3cc.ke.; in the Third VJorld
should, do anything :ore than provide voluntary fa-;aily plann-ing
profraomfis (acoormpanied. by adequate eduoaCtion and propagandaa?
If ao, trhai means -ures aong tos? Borolson u g ost3 would you
advocate? If not-, give arg-maionts for restricting a program
to voluntary plai-aing in the face of unprecedented, spiraling
2. Tle effects of population grow r-th upon economic development are
(a) positive; (b) nc:ati.'vei or (c) uncloara Choose one posi-
tion ,nd 'v ,Fcul it f," ful.y o.s you can.
3 David Niorse of the iI:-O :.auuo that polio-y.ic1aers in developing
oountrion should opt fo:r l ~abor -.int ensive rather than capital-
intensive teohnaoleoios in thei',1 in; lustrialization process
Is he corroct? 'i- rec.sion., foer your ransw.oer (IToto: Thore
are good argumei.ts on bot'i side of the question, and I will
accept oithOe .sie r'ovid d. thoe ase is argued welll)
.o Some policy.-ial erc sa-y a.rjvrnian reforn could, nitir 'te several
major proble-1e facing Thir.d worldd countries uith rapid popula-
tion oiroth rc.tos, irhat problo.:s do adCvooatos of agrarian
reform have int. mind. rand how do they believe agrarian reform
could holp solvc tIoemi. And do you agree?
5. The offect of tbhe demographic tradition in those lird World
must, in the lonG rmun, p'~ove sjinlari to the effects of the
transition .r. i.t fist ocour'eI in Britain an.d 'Jeatorn 13uropeo
Agree or disa.r~ee o J.ih this statement an d give reasons for
your answer, :include a veozy m ort definition of the demographic