Selected demographic indices, 1971.

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Ministry of Planning and Economic Affairs , Monrovia
Liberia -- Population, Liberia -- Statistics,



SeriesPublication - Bulletin of the Population Growth Survey ; no. LPGS-C, 1972
LC ClassificationsHA2174 .M5 1972
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 7 leaves ;
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Open LibraryOL4941416M
LC Control Number76368839

Demographic momentum which refers to the interesting phenomenon of growth in population which continues to be high even after birth rates have declined. This is Size: KB.

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