Can China cope with its changing family structure? | IN 60 SECONDS

POLL: What is China’s most pressing population problem?

AEI’s Nicholas Eberstadt explains that China’s “one child” policy has created a population crisis in China with widespread repercussions.

ARTICLE — China’s changing family structure: Dimensions and implications

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