The unintended consequences of China's One Child Policy

China's one-child policy came about in the late 1970s to address rapid population growth first encouraged by Mao Zedong this graph shows China's total fertility rate the average number of children per woman it peaked in 1963 after Mao's Great Leap Forward he then steadily declined over the next two decades a decline Mouse successor […]

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‘It’s happening, it’s now,’ says U.S. government report on climate change

JOHN YANG: The government issued its mostdramatic report yet about climate change today, and it came with a dire warning. Scientists said the country is already reeling— feeling major effects of climate change and it has already cost the United Stateshundreds of billions of dollars. The report, which was issued by 13 federalagencies, also highlights […]

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How Big Should Government Be? Left vs. Right #1

واحدة من أهم الاختلافات بين اليسار واليمين هي الطريقة التي ينظر بها أي منهما إلى دور أو حجم الحكومة يؤمن اليسار أن الولاية ينبغي أن تكون القوة الأضخم في المجتمع بين العديد من الأشياء الأخرى، على الحكومة تحمل مسئولية تعليم كل طفل؛ عليها أن توفر كل الرعاية الصحية؛ وتنظم -في كثير من الأحيان- أدق التفاصيل: […]

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The Citizenry Test: National Register of Citizen and the Citizenship by Prof. Faizan Mustafa

was on strict liability and I opposed it and I continue to oppose because I feel you should not be punished for committing a crime if their mind was not at fault so you must be some mental for any not only that you get the prohibited act you can see we are playing adventure […]

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