Ms. Magazine blog: “The Faulty Logic of China’s Most Radical Experiment”

I have a new post at the Ms. Magazine blog, a review of journalist Mei Fong’s recent book, One Child: The Story of China’s Most Radical Experiment. An excerpt:

On Oct. 29, 2015, the Chinese government announced that it was moving away from the one-child policy it had enacted more than 35 years before. After nearly four decades of mandatory sterilizations, forced abortions, skewed sex ratios, abandoned children and fines for those who violated the family-planning regulations, the policy had worked—too well.

Read the whole review here.

One thought on “Ms. Magazine blog: “The Faulty Logic of China’s Most Radical Experiment”

  1. Very interesting! Congrats on being published by “Ms”. Waiting at the airport for yet one more delayed flight last night with at least a dozen people under the age of three running around wildly, I was guilty of thinking that “there are too many people”. Like that picture and the shorter hair, by the way!

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