Category: Bernard Berelson

Excerpt from Piotrow’s “World Population Crisis” Re: Jaffe

Source: WORLD POPULATION CRISIS by Phyllis Piotrow, pgs 150-156.  1973 Excerpt: [Strategies] Ravenholt who had drafted much of the cable was even more determined than Gaud to meet or exceed the congressional targets of $35 million in 1968 and $50 million in 1969. Under his leadership the Population Service became more than just a staff …

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Ravenholt Comments on Various Population Control Organizations

From a transcript located here. Note remarks about Bernard Berelson near the bottom.  [Very interesting remarks about Rockefeller’s interest in the Philippines, later in the transcript, not included here.] Sharpless Hm. What about your work with the International Planned Parenthood Federation? Ravenholt When we began, the International Planned Parenthood Federation was surely the leading world …

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The Population Control Agenda as It Unfolded for Planned Parenthood

As stated on the home page, the purpose of this site is not to nail down precisely what Planned Parenthood decided to do, but rather to lay out the options they were considering.  Even this modest purpose is fought by Planned Parenthood defenders, who would like us to believe that the organization is thoroughly committed …

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Berelson’s Response to Jaffe

The table in Jaffe’s memorandum is singled out because it distills into one page the callous mindset of the ‘family planning’ advocates, regardless of whether or not any particular proposal was eventually implemented or discarded: the fact that they were even willing to consider them at all is quite telling.  However, Jaffe was only one …

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