The Success of China’s One Child Policy INTRODUCTION. The success of China’s one child policy is relative to its goals. The old interior logic of China’s communist leadership was revolutionary, interested in solving national problems. The party leadership was not interested in subjugating itself to the international standards of human rights. China’s one child policy had negative consequences which had not been anticipated. The communist government has adopted policies to deal with those consequences, and is preparing for what the future may have in store. For some people from different cultures (and including some people in China) it is not considered appropriate to control a family’s size or to interfere with a woman’s right to choose to...The end:
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