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Kerry Kennedy: Dissent, China's One Child Policy and Chen Guangcheng

While the U.S. State Department and Chinese officials wrangle over Mr. Chen's fate, the larger questions concern the horrific contours of government population control and the fate of those who dissent in China.
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