Fall 1953 Newsbrief

Number 24: ’Suppose you want to see the economic structure of the whole world, in terms of its lands, climates, poeple, natural resources, economic systems, manufacturing, trade and all the other elements that directly influence the living men make in its various countries and continents. You want a narrative text that describes the general movement through history of each of the basic factors in the world economy, with a look at probably future trends in each case; and tables, charts, maps to give the statistical underpinning in compact form.” TCF announces the publication of World Population and Production, by W.S. and E.S. Woytinsky, which charts the great redistribution of peoples of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.