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Although Latin America exhibits many noteworthy characteristics, one of the most striking since the end of World War II has been the breathtaking growth of the region's population. From 1950 to 1975 the total population of Latin America more than doubled, approaching 330 million persons in the latter year. Growth rates are almost uniformly high, with such major populations as Brazil and Mexico manifesting 2.8 percent per year while other nations such as Colombia and Venezuela exhibitdoi:10.1017/s0023879100036669 fatcat:7jlh3dcy5vexrfllhizyq3vmqa