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Population control policy in China:Benefit, downfall, impact

Review China's population policy on the following Website.
http://maps.unomaha.edu/Peterson/funda/Sidebar/ChinaPop.html

How do you feel about this policy? What types of benefits and downfalls could you see happening with this type of policy?

What impacts could it have on the population both scientifically and socially?

Do you think a policy such as this would ever be passed in the United States?

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How do you feel about this policy?

As far as I think, the policy is not upto the mark. It has lots of drenches in it. Although I feel that "One child per family policy" is good enough because it is quite influential and proved to be quite successful. People adopting one child per family policy are given extra benefits, which attract them to adopt the policy. But the other part of the polity is questionable for the public as it applies taxation or punishment for people with more than one child. Similarly, the sterilization policy is also not ethical as it has been made mandatory and affected the society and lead to retaliation by the citizens.

What types of benefits and downfalls could you see happening with this type of policy?

Benefits:

China has the highest population in the world, encompassing 1.2 billion or twenty one percent of the world's population (P.R.B. 7). The ultimate goal of all the policies was to restrict the population of the country. Thus, if properly implemented, the policy would surely ...

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This solution discusses the population control policy in China, the benefits, downfalls and overall impact.

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