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Even if there is no baby boom, the relaxation can easily rationalize population distribution for a start. Rural areas can see economic and social reinvigoration now that urbanization is about to descend upon many towns and cities, creating ever more necessary an influx of young people while at the same time ensuring that infrastructure, amenities, facilities, schools, hospitals, etc., can continuously and sufficiently support the populace and not fracture at the seams due to the new policy. |
The one child policy has successfully run its historical course having created one of the most powerful and enviable nation on earth all due to the grand foresight and hard work of the government and people, lacking of which could have precariously bound the nation much more longer in the Third World category with an even more catastrophic consequence to environment, development, and nation building. National security would be endangered and easily destroyed since a disproportionate amount of resources have been allocated to all kinds of requirements leaving nothing of significance for defense.
The aging population is increasing at an alarming rate therefore though the previous policy was scientifically sound, the second child policy can now be rolled out to commence replenishment of that group. Some hurdles will need to be overcome, such as financial ability, employment stability, kindergartens, child/domestic responsibilities, etc.
The local economy as it is today, a powerful consumption society may solve the hefty issues in their wake.