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An Argument Against Population Control in the American Culture

In 1999, Gao Xiao Duan, a former Chinese administrator of the one-couple, one-child policy, appeared before the United States Congress to address this policy. In Duan's testimony, he recalled, "Once I found a woman [in China] who was nine months pregnant but did not have a birth-allowed certificate. According to policy, she was forced to undergo an abortion. In the operating room, I saw how the aborted child's lips were sucking, how its limbs were stretching. A physician intected poison into its skull, and the child died and was thrown into the trash can."

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Date Of Record Release 2009-11-23 13:55:33
Description In 1999, Gao Xiao Duan, a former Chinese administrator of the one-couple, one-child policy, appeared before the United States Congress to address this policy. In Duan's testimony, he recalled, "Once I found a woman [in China] who was nine months pregnant but did not have a birth-allowed certificate. According to policy, she was forced to undergo an abortion. In the operating room, I saw how the aborted child's lips were sucking, how its limbs were stretching. A physician intected poison into its skull, and the child died and was thrown into the trash can."
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Keyword Population growth
Date Of Record Creation 2009-11-23 13:51:58
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Date Record Checked: 2009-11-23 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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