China's One Birth Murder Policy

China's mandated family planning program has limited the number of births per family to one. This mandated one birth policy may be able to control the over population problem in China, but it has had a devastating effect on the population of China as a whole. Although China must deal with its over population problem, it is not morally right to regulate the number of children a person may have. This is the most basic right that every person should have, the right to bear children. Not only does the mandated family planning program infringe on what should be a guaranteed right, it has also severely damaged the human rights of the Chinese.
For the last several decades China has been ...

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often wanted more than females, for males can do the work in the fields. If there is a chance a baby might be a female, it will either be killed or the parents may hide the child from the authorities. Even so, the females that are kept are usually not treated well. In times of famine, a male will be fed over a female, and when seeking a job, the men are more likely to be successful in locating jobs. Women are often sold to men as wives or get involved in the large pool of prostitution rings in Chinese cities. If things continue as they are, in the future there will be so few women in China that the family planning program will need to be reversed. Instead, there will be a need for a population growth program.
China's one birth policy makes the government seem more like a totalitarian government, taking away many of the natural rights Chinese citizens once had. Any human being should have the right to reproduce. One of the reasons we are living today is because the number ...

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