China's One Child Policy

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American History

 

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May 1, 2017

 

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It prohibited women under the age of 23 from marrying in rural areas and under the age of 25 in urban areas (Akkerman and Sheng, 1998). Urban families were allowed to have two children only and the government encouraged three year intervals between children in rural areas (Akkerman and Sheng, 1998). Peasants were often subjected to significant social pressure to be sterilized if they had more than three children and in urban areas, the government withheld medical care for children beyond the two-child limit (Akkerman and Sheng, 1998)...
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Peasants were often subjected to significant social pressure to be sterilized if they had more than three children and in urban areas, the government withheld medical care for children beyond the two-child limit (Akkerman and Sheng, 1998). Even these policies did not curb population growth enough and by the late 1970s, the Chinese central government decided they needed something more rigid (Akkerman and Sheng, 1998)...
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