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by Steven W. Mosher
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The book is written in biographical style that takes the reader from the earliest memories of Chi-An, a Chinese female born on the year of the founding of the People's Republic of China (1949), through to her seeking asylum in the United States due to her pregnancy, which was illegal due to China's one-child policy.
Mosher ( Journey to the Forbidden China ) dramatically portrays the hardships imposed by the Cultural Revolution .
Mosher ( Journey to the Forbidden China ) dramatically portrays the hardships imposed by the Cultural Revolution, particularly by government population control. The measures the government takes to enforce the policy are almost unbelievable and I felt as if I were reading about a dystopia from a science fiction book. The stories of coerced abortions and sterilizations are heartbreaking. I cannot imagine carrying a child to term only to have the baby violently removed and killed (partial birth abortions and infanticide). I cannot imagine having to apply for a permit to have a baby!
A Mother's Ordeal: One Woman's Fight Against China's One Child Policy (1993). Steven W. Mosher: "Fact-Check: No, Hillary, China has not stopped doing forced abortions", in National Right to Life News Today, October 26, 2016.
A Mother's Ordeal: One Woman's Fight Against China's One Child Policy (1993). Hegemon: China's Plan to Dominate Asia and the World (2002). Population Control: Real Costs, Illusory Benefits (2008). Mosher: "Why Bernie Sanders’ ‘overpopulation’ theory is total bunk", in New York Post, September 14, 2019. 關於毛思迪（STEVEN WESTLEY MOSHER）案".
It should be: it’s about the most brutal of government policies, China’s one-child policy. Written in the first person, Mosher writes as Chi An, a young woman he first met in 1980.
Social scientist and China expert Mosher relates the story of Chi An, a. .
book by Steven W. Mosher.
China expert Steven Mosher stepped in, helping Chi An win her case and ultimately effecting a policy change that protects families in similar situations. At the same time it sheds significant light on the larger issue of choice, which is at the forefront of American political debate.
The book is written in biographical style that takes the reader from the earliest memories of Chi-An, a Chinese female born on the year of the foun. With names changed to prevent retribution by the Communist Party of China (CPC), Mosher writes in the first person about "Chi An", a girl born to a Chinese family with the traditional beliefs that boys were worth more than girls. As such, her family had no birthday celebration for her and did not mark the date of her birth down.
Manufacturer: Perennial Release date: 19 August 1994 ISBN-10 : B000HM55KG ISBN-13: 9780060976149.
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