This article discusses the propriety of granting political control policy. It argues that China is persecuting some of its citizens through its population control policy and that the United States should grant asylum to those who have been persecuted or who have a genuine fear of future persecution.
Thomas A. Brown II,
Forced Abortions and Involuntary Sterlization in China: Are the Victims of Coercive Population Control Measures Eligible for Asylum in the United States,
San Diego L. Rev.
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