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Frankly Speaking

May 10, 2019
Shortly after the inauguration of the United States’ first president in New York City, the First United States Congress signed the Census Act of 1790. Signed into law by President George Washington, Vice President John Adams, and Speaker of the House Frederick Muhlenberg, the Census...
Mar 29, 2019
In 1798, Thomas Malthus theorized that the Earth’s population would far outpace its agricultural production, causing the human race to face an epidemic and undeniable catastrophe.  The “Malthusian Catastrophe”, is a theory that continues to be defied by mankind and our capacity for scientific and technological innovation. Since the practice of agricultural production began, the human...