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The high pressure demographic regimes characterized by a high fertility and high mortality that lead to the precarious balance described here may only have corne into existence after the introduction of agriculture and sedentism, latcr intensified by the spread of labor intensive (and generally exploitative) economies from feudalism through industrial capitalism, 2, Gene Hammel suggests that while the reconstruction of these data is difficult it is not altogether impossible, Family reconstruction studies provide information on childhood mortality for France, Italy, and Germany from the 17th century onward.
New York: Basic Books. 1973 Loss. New York: Basic Books. Brody, Hugh 1971 Indians on Skid Row: The Role of Alcohol and Community in the Adaptive Process of Indian Urban Migrants. Ottawa: Northern Science Research Group, Department of Indian Affairs. Cassidy, Claire 1980 Benign Neglect and Toddler Malnutrition. In L. Greene and F. ), Social and Biological Predictors of Nutritional Status, Physical Growth, and Neurological Development, pp. 109~139. New York: Academic Press. , A. Khan, and L. Chen 1976 The Effects of Childhood Mortality Experiences on Subsequent Fertility.
So the rule was actually providing a life long food subsidy to up to four daughters per couple. This rule is in dramatic contrast to the "one child policy" applied in urban areas; when it is remembered that 80% of the Chinese are classified as peasants, the impact of such rules as this is enormous. It is interesting, also, to compare this rule with the position of the Catholic Church in favor of births: the Catholic Church makes a moral case for having children, but it also provides alternatives to marriage, and it does not provide life long food subsidies for up to four children of parishioners under parallel conditions.