Why Was the One Child Policy Needed in China?

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The one child policy was needed in China to limit its rapid population growth. It was established as a temporary measure by Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping in 1979, but successive governments have continued using it.
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because they were having too many children, and as China is the country with the biggest popularity, they don't want more people!
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After the war, the government encouraged people to have more children. And in Chinese traditional concept, we believe that more children means more joyful. So, in 1950's, there are
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They wanted to substantially curtail population growth. In spite of the one-child policy they are still growing. The theory in 1979 was that radical action was needed to avoid unsustainable
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