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Publications: Press Releases

Population Group Praises End of Peruvian Sterilization; Urges Deeds Match Promises



Population Group Praises End of Peruvian Sterilization; Urges Deeds Match Promises For Immediate Release February 26, 1998 Contact Scott Weinberg (540) 622-5240  FALLS CHURCH, VA – Steven W. Mosher, President of the Population Research Institute (PRI) today praised the Peruvian government for ending its coercive sterilization campaign, underway since 1995. “In the past year, over 100,000 Peruvian women were sterilized, often under duress,” Mosher said. “It is past time that this brutal campaign be brought …

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Victims of Coercive Sterilization Campaign Come to Washington to Speak Out



Victims of Coercive Sterilization Campaign Come to Washington to Speak Out For Immediate Release February 24, 1998 Contact Scott Weinberg (540) 622-5240 WASHINGTON D.C. – Although her pregnancies had been difficult, Victoria Espinoza, mother of three, was certain she wanted more children. “You never remember the problems of pregnancy when you finally hold your baby,” she often said. Her last pregnancy had been difficult as well, and her baby boy delivered by caesarian section had …

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The Repackaging of Margaret Sanger



The Repackaging of Margaret Sanger The Wall Street Journal May 5, 1997 I was personally offended when Planned Parenthood recently announced plans to give its Margaret Sanger Award to the BBC documentary “The Dying Rooms.” Don’t get me wrong: The documentary is a wonderful and courageous piece of work. An undercover camera crew managed to gain entry to China’s state-run orphanages and videotape the mistreatment and murder of the girls there. I appeared in the …

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An annotated response to Too Many People—Wall Street Journal



The Dangers of a Crowded Earth An annotated response to Too Many People Wall Street Journal February 25, 1997 Contrary to Steven Mosher's argument ("Too Many People? Not By a Long Shot," editorial page, Feb. 10), burgeoning population is a significant obstacle in establishing economic and political stability in developing countries. World population is currently 5.7 billion, more than double the number since 1957. And it continues to increase by 81 million per year. This …

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Population Group Opposes Family Planning Funding



Population Group Opposes Family Planning Funding For Immediate Release February 10, 1997 Contact Scott Weinberg (540) 622-5240 FALLS CHURCH, VA – Steven W. Mosher, President of the Population Research Institute (PRI), today urged Congress to block the Administration’s request to release funds for international population control programs. “The Rockefeller Foundation, the Population Council and the Alan Guttmacher Institute have provided the U.S. government with reports whose conclusions are based upon faulty assumptions, statistics and research …

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Too many people? Not by a long shot—Wall Street Journal



Too Many People? Not by a Long Shot Wall Street Journal February 10, 1997 Confounding the doomsayers, world population growth is slowing dramatically. The U.S. Census Bureau recently reported that the globe's population grew by only 79.6 million in 1996. This is seven million fewer than the 86-plus million in 1994, the high-water mark of population growth. It is a round 20 million less than the 100 million figure population-control alarmists like Vice President Al …

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Research Journal Exposes Population Control Fraud



Research Journal Exposes Population Control Fraud For Immediate Release May 10, 1996 Contact Scott Weinberg (540) 622-5240 WASHINGTON, DC – A legislative battle of “David vs. Goliath” proportions over the issue of a $191 million funding cut for international population control is recounted in the soon-to-be released issue of Population Research Institute Review, a bimonthly publication of the Population Research Institution (PRI). The May/June issue details the efforts of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), …

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