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No. Why do you ask? Name the socialist countries controlling population growth.
Answer by Anonymous at 8:14 AM on Jun. 18, 2010
China approximately 35.9% of China's population is currently subject to the one-child restriction.
India The national family planning program launched in 1951 was the world's first governmental population stabilization program. By 1996, the program had been estimated to have averted 168 million births.
Iran In 1993 Parliament passed legislation withdrawing food coupons, paid maternity leave, and social welfare subsidies after the third child. Birth control classes were required before a couple could get married. Dozens of mobile teams were sent to remote parts of the country to offer free vasectomies and tubal ligations
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