China’s one-child policy has violated women’s rights for years. It has caused women to go into hiding, suffer abortions and limit them to having only one child. With family planning officials out looking for women who are pregnant with their second child, women and their children are put into danger. Women who become pregnant often leave their family behind and g...
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