9 “Economic growth is ultimately constrained by finite natural resources. In a capitalist system,…

9 “Economic growth is ultimately constrained by finite natural resources. In a capitalist system, the population has a natural tendency to grow faster than food production and hence is only constrained by starvation, pestilence, and war. It is the proper role of government to own and manage natural resources so that the limits to growth are managed in a humane manner.” Discuss this statement.