Attempts to Regulate Reproduction of Welfare Recipients

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I would like to introduce the paper by tracing the history in the US(possibly touch on outside US) tying race, class, gender, and reproduction. Then the majority would be more contemporary policies and examples. A few good resources: Killing the Black Body: Race, Reproduction, and the Meaning of Liberty, [by] Dorothy Roberts. (New York, NY: Pantheon Books, 1997) Catherine Albiston. 1994 “The Social Meaning of the Norplant Condition: Constitutional Considerations of Race, Class and Gender” in Berekely Women’s Law Journal 9. attached: War on poverty became the war on poor pregnant women by Carole M. Hirsch Schoen,Johanna.2001. Between Choice and Coercion: Women and the Politics of Sterilization in North Carolina, 1929 1975.Journal of Women’s History 13:132 156.
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Population refers to the relationship between any organism and the space its population occupies on the earth. In this case, overpopulation is referred to with respect to the number of births with respect to the number of deaths. If the number of people that is being born is more than the number, that dies (The New York Times). In the case of the United States, other than the rates of births, there are also factors like immigration, which have been very vibrant of late; especially through the Mexican border. This paper is mainly dealing with the rates of birth as opposed to the other factors that lead to population increase. The current world population is estimated to be around 7bilion, while the carrying capacity of the earth is estimated to be between 4 billion and 16 billion. At the current rate the population is expected to get up to 8 or 10 billion by the year 2040. According to the united nation report in May of 2011, the projection is spread much further out, where the billion mark is set by 2050….ORDER NOW
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