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letter to the editor
Christopher Alleva didn't mention one of the most amusing things about the SEJ conference - the presence of the esteemed Paul Ehrlich, who has made a career out of being dead wrong about pretty much everything.  Ehrlich's 1968 "The Population Bomb" predicted that "hundreds of millions of people will starve to death" in the 70's and 80's ... and he's been consistently wrong ever since.  But to true believers on the left, past performance is no indication of future results.
Paul Budline
Princeton NJ
Christopher Alleva didn't mention one of the most amusing things about the SEJ conference - the presence of the esteemed Paul Ehrlich, who has made a career out of being dead wrong about pretty much everything.  Ehrlich's 1968 "The Population Bomb" predicted that "hundreds of millions of people will starve to death" in the 70's and 80's ... and he's been consistently wrong ever since.  But to true believers on the left, past performance is no indication of future results.
Paul Budline
Princeton NJ