The History of Birth Control
Overpopulation has been a debatable issue since humans have begun to roam the earth. In the essay De Anima, Roman philosopher Tertullian speaks on the blessing of catastrophes that help curb overpopulation (Glaze III 2000). As a result of these "catastrophes", like infant death, birth control received little recognition. In ancient times death rates were high, especially during infancy and childhood. Large numbers of children were needed in order to ensure the survival of the human race. The 18th and 19th century brought technological and scientific advances that increased food supplies, h…
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