An Anti-natalist Case Study- China's One Child Policy (1979)

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  • Causes
    • In early 1970, China's population was fast approaching 900 million
      • Children were considered an economic asset and essential for good care in old age- hence why so many were being born
    • The government were concerned by the prospects of over-population and were predicting a huge famine
    • A two-child policy had been implemented, but this was not effective enough


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