The One Child Policy, implemented by the Chinese Government
in 1979 to curb steep population growth, came under harsh
criticism before the 2008 Olympics because of human rights
concerns. The policy allows for parents to keep all children in
multiple births and pay fines in order to have more than one child.
 (image by Katie Hayes Luke)
The One Child Policy, implemented by the Chinese Government in 1979 to curb steep population growth, came under harsh criticism before the 2008 Olympics because of human rights concerns. The policy allows for parents to keep all children in multiple births and pay fines in order to have more than one child.
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