Test: AP Human Geography


Population policies vary by government. One example of a population policy is a eugenic policy. What is a eugenic policy?

A policy limiting the amount of children per family

A policy that favors one racial group within the population

A policy restricting immigration in order to halt rapid population growth

A policy encouraging reproduction and population growth

A policy encouraging marriage and the maintenance of traditional family units

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