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A demographic survey of around 150 countries, it uncovered strong evidence that population density is driving down human fertility rates. The authors accounted for all the usual variables found in fertility studies—infant mortality, gross domestic product per capita, percentage of women in the workforce, female literacy, and degree of urbanization. While those oft studied factors all still play a...