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- (Thomas) Robert Malthus : British economist (1766-1834) who warned about the dangers of population growth.
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- George Bancroft : American historian, politician, and diplomat who established the United States Naval Academy as Secretary of the Navy in 1845.
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- William Wordsworth : (7 April 1770 - 23 April 1850) One of the leading English romantic poets.