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Brigham Young University and co-author of a book titled ‘Bare Branches: security implications of the Surplus Male Asian population ‘and residents of China (’60 Minutes’.. In the 1970s,’60 Minutes’Examines China’s one-child policyCBS ‘ ’60 Minutes’on Friday examined China’s one-child policy and its compounds in the country demographic imbalance and the recent social changes, such as increased crime and the illicit trade with female children. The country in the country, according to recent census, an average of 120 male babies per 100 female babies, the biggest difference ,, CBS reports (Stahl, ’60 Minutes,’The Chinese government introduced the one-child – per-family policy.

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