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China ends its decades-old 'one-child' policy




Faced with an aging population, China has eased its one-child policy. Here, an elderly man is seen holding a baby as he rides a bicycle in Beijing last month.
Faced with an aging population, China has eased its one-child policy. Here, an elderly man is seen holding a baby as he rides a bicycle in Beijing last month.
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The nation's ruling Communist party declared an end to its decades-old "one-child" policy. All married couples will now be allowed to have two kids. 

Jeffrey Wasserstrom, professor of history at the University of California, Irvine, joined the show with more.