Sumner, Barckley
May 2006
New Humanist;May/Jun2006, Vol. 121 Issue 3, p25
Academic Journal
The article comments on the increase of coercive population control strategies in a growing number of countries with the support of Western countries. The policies, which are often presented in the guise of reasonable strategies to control overpopulation, often involve the unfair targeting of marginal communities nothing short of ethnic cleansing, sex-selective abortions and forced sterilization.


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