Controlling China's baby boom

Richards, Lucinda
January 1996
Contemporary Review;Jan1996, Vol. 268 Issue 1560, p5
Literary Criticism
Presents information on China's increasing population. Statistical information on population; Introduction of birth control; Turmoil caused in the country; Description of Child Policy; China's economic growth; Violence acted out on some pregnant women; Results of survey carried out on Chinese women; Abandonment of baby girls.


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