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One-Child Rule Is Gone in China, but Scars Will Linger
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BEIJING — Three years after she became a national symbol of the abuses of China’s strict family planning policy, Feng Jianmei finally had a second daughter in August. Ms. Feng had a stillborn child in 2012 after local officials in Shaanxi Province
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