Carter Riskind
Tan Block
On The Principle Of Population
            Although industrialization has prompted a need in growth of the population, the reckless reproducing of the poor is creating a strain of the food supply.  On the earth there are too many people reproducing with out the subsistent from the earth to sustain the population. This matters, because without that trustworthy and sustainable resource the population will decrease and have the chance of many people dying.  Also the poor was thought to be the main problem, so the wealthy had no intention to aid or improve conditions for the poor.  The reason for not aiding the poor was because the wealthy thought that nature would take care of the poor to decrease population and increase the amount of food for everyone else.