Chinese parents are permitted only one child, and they face mandatory abortion if a second child is conceived. Does its official atheism (viewing religion as the opiate of the people) have any bearing on China’s denial of the parents’ reproductive rights and the the right to life of the unborn child?
Published By kk On Friday, February 5th 2010 Under China Question Answers Tags: abortion, antithetical, atheism, China's, consistent, mandatory, official, policy
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