In this paper, the author reflects on the issue of population by examining it through a discussion of one of the most well-known population regulatory laws in the world also known as the One-Child Policy. In her essay, she discusses its history, its implication, and the effect it had on its society even after it was abolished.
One-Child Policy: A Short-Sighted Solution to a Short-Sighted Created Problem.
Undergraduate Review, 16, 168-175.
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