AURELIO PECCEI - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 12/03/1979 - HFSID 201581
AURELIO PECCEI The Club of Rome founder pens this letter to Hans-Georg Gilde Autograph Letter signed: “Aurelio Peccei”, in purple ink, 1p, 4x7. Rome, 1979 December 3. Aurelio Peccei (1908-1984) was an Italian scholar and industrialist.
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AURELIO PECCEI The Club of Rome founder pens this letter to Hans-Georg Gilde Autograph Letter signed: “Aurelio Peccei”, in purple ink, 1p, 4x7. Rome, 1979 December 3. Aurelio Peccei (1908-1984) was an Italian scholar and industrialist. He is best known as the founder of the Club of Rome, which published The Limits to Growth in 1972. The report explored the consequences of exponential population growth and was controversial due in part to its recommendation of population control and, according to some critics, eugenics. In 1930, Peccei graduated from the University of Turin, earning his degree in economics. He then became engaged in the anti-fascist movement during the Second World War. Once the war was over Peccei was instrumental in rebuilding the car manufacturer Fiat. He went on to establish the Club of Rome, which lead to his role in founding the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and his involvement World Wildlife Fund (currently known as the World Wide Fund for Nature). Faint ink smudging near salutation. Lightly toned. Otherwise, fine condition.
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