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Population Education and China: P rospects for the One Child Family

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We must conscientiously carry out ideological, educational and technical work as well as child care and health work throughout the country so that people can practise family planning willingly, safely and effectively, practical measures should be taken to reward couples who limit themselves to a single child and gradually to institute social insurance for aged people who are childless ... This year, we must do everything we can to lower the country's population growth rate to about 10 per thousand and we must continue to lower it year by year in the future. By 1985, it should drop to 5 per thousand. * Premier Hua Guofeng: Report on the Work of the Government, Beijing, June 25, 1979.

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