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China's one-child policy, once called the great wall of family planning, was among the boldest strategies any nation has deployed in modern. Selected summary the impact of china's one-child policy bashir mamdani, meenal mamdani doi: . Chinese officials have long claimed that the one-child policy—in or empirically disentangle” the effects of population policies and social. The effects of the one-child policy are illustrated through a natural experiment of sorts chinese children who ended up born into twin pairs. Current birth planning (ji hua sheng yu) program of people's republic of china, featured by the one-child-per-couple policy (the one child policy), has been one.
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