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A Brief History of Children - As long as there have been adults there have been children In fact the first child must have come before the first adult - In conclusion the history of children is essentially the same as the history of everyone else except maybe 20 years longer The Burden of Child-rearing - Lets be frank raising children is far from easy If it wasnt every kid would have straight As would never be engaged in illegal activity or pursue a life that was less than their potential would mandate - Bad parenting comes in many forms abusive behavior laziness failure to enforce the rules spoiling All of it can add up to a dysfunctional child who by the time it has reached adulthood will have these dysfunctional patterns ingrained into its head - As a result of bad parenting and the implications of the old adage you cant teach an old dog new tricks dysfunction can be passed on as easily and as reliably as genetic traits such as eye color or vulnerability to cancer - Though it may seem unnatural it might be in the best interests of the human population in general to try and control just who can and cannot raise children The Proposal The concept of government sanctioned and applied birth control is not a new one In China couples are required to limit the number of children they have or face punishment This however is simply to keep population to a minimum in an ever-expanding country a practice which provides some benefit to the community in the reduction of taxation of food and material resources The type of control I would like to implement has a far broader scope than simple resource-preservation It would cut down on abusive violent and unstable members of the population lowering crime rates as well as the number of mouths that need feeding What I propose is the institution
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