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A strategy for human survival

By: Tata, J. R. D | Nobel symposium Stockholm September 15 to 20, 1969 | The nobel symposium a strategy for human survival.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Bombay Tata Press 1969Description: 16 p.Subject(s): Civilization | Worth - Congresses | Progress - Congresses | Modern - 1950 - CongressesDDC classification: 901.94 Summary: Throughout recorded history, crises have been the lot of the human race. With the relatively rare exception of natural catastrophes earthquakes, floods, famines, drought, pestilence. these crises were usually caused by man himself, by wars of conquest. The impact of these man-made crises was usually confined to the parts of the world where they occurred, for instance, where a war was waged Rarely did it spread beyond adjacent countries or groups of countries.
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Throughout recorded history, crises have been the lot of the human race. With the relatively rare exception of natural catastrophes earthquakes, floods, famines, drought, pestilence. these crises were usually caused by man himself, by wars of conquest. The impact of these man-made crises was usually confined to the parts of the world where they occurred, for instance, where a war was waged Rarely did it spread beyond adjacent countries or groups of countries.

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