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Croll, Elisabeth, Changing Identities of Chinese Women: Rhetoric, Experience and Self-Perception in Twentieth-Century China, Zed Books, 1995.

Croll discusses the successive revolutions attempted by Chinese women—within their society, communities, families, and themselves. The text is sometimes weighed down by scholarly jargon, but there is much useful information, including a discussion of female infanticide as a result of the one-child policy.

Faison, Seth, "Chinese Are Happily Breaking the 'One Child' Rule," in New York Times, August 17, 1997.

This article discusses how the one-child policy is currently being eased as China's economic growth has eroded the state's control over individual lives, creating many loopholes in the official enforcement of the policy.

Hartman, Betsy, Reproductive Rights and Wrongs: The Global Politics of Population Control and Contraceptive Choice, HarperCollins, 1987.

Hartman covers many topics, including the causes and consequences of population growth; the history of the population control movement; and the forces behind the...

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