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Climb in Russia’s Death Rate Sets Off Population Implosion

March 6th, 1994 | Posted in New York Times, Articles | No Comments
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MOSCOW, March 5– With a society so nervous about the future that it has all but stopped having children, and a death rate rising faster than that of any other country, Russia faces an unusual population crisis that even optimists say will take a generation to reverse. Read more »