Thomas J Billitteri, Human Rights in China

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Sept. 29, 2009 Thomas J Billitteri, “Human Rights in China.” Geog 112 Thesis China is stating that China's economy has developed steadily and relatively rapidly, and people's rights were improved considerably also, but it is doubtful that significant progress really occurred. Response There are approximately 6.7 billion people living on Earth. According to the CIA’s report, China’s population has reached 1.3 billion in July of 2008. Therefore, about 20% of world population, or one out of every 5 people, live in China. How does one government foresee the well being of all these people? They may have the manpower, but they do not have the resources to achieve this goal. I guess this is one of the reasons why China is receiving low Human rights rating. China has much larger population compared to other nations. It will cost much more resources for China to improve the rights of their people compared to United States or other nations. Despite all this harsh circumstances, China has improved the rights of the people considerably over the years. But how much is true and how
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