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This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of China's One Child Per Family Policy.
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China's One Child Per Family Policy

Summary: Provides an outline of China's one child per family policy and its effects on the world.
With its great progress in areas such as last years launch of its first astronaut in space, winning the bid for the 2008 Summer Olympics, and now on the verge of becoming the largest exporter of manufactured goods in the world, China is rapidly is developing into the next "economical Giant", but at what cost? During the past few decades, China had rapidly become one of the most overpopulated places in the world that currently account for "1.27 billion people", roughly 20% of the world's population. As a result China introduced its one child per-family policy, to counter the massive population outbreak. A society like ours would frown if such a law were passed. Only through a careful investigation of this policies, history, problems, and results can we get a true understanding as to why China went through with such a harsh policy for population control.

Four years after the end...

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