China's One Child Policy
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This paper discusses China's One Child Policy, beginning by giving a background on Mao Tse Zedong's policy of encouraging large families. According to the paper, this policy turned out to be unsuccessful, bringing on famine among other problems. The paper then relates how this policy was reversed in the late 1960's and how in 1979 did this initiative actually become a law.
From the Paper:"Mao Tse Zedong's policy of the `Great Leap Forward' included the idea that China would be stronger with more people. In the first few decades after the Revolution of 1949, the central government encouraged large families and China's population grew exponentially. This policy turned out to be unsuccessful, bringing on famine among other problems. In the late 1960s China reversed its policy believing that overpopulation can hither their economic development and began to implement initiatives to encourage families to marry later in life, have less children and allow more time in-between children. Between 1970 and 1979 China did in fact experience a..."
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