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Governments should impose methods of population control.
Governments should impose coercive methods of population control.
Overpopulation drains the resources of the planet and is unsustainable.
Families are better when they are smaller.
Population control is necessary not only to limit the number of people, but also to guide selection pressures.
Humans are doomed to extinction due to overpopulation.
Since having children is an economic choice, countries should agree on removing subsidies and tax benefits directed at increasing the population.
Population control would reduce unwanted children and result in greater social stability later on.
People should be free to have as many children as they want.
Nature offers better forms of population control than those implemented by governments.
Some forms of population controls enacted by governments have disastrous economic and social effects.
Governments do not have the right to impose direct or hard controls on its population's birth rate.
Imposing methods of population control is a slippery slope, and can lead to more oppressive ways of controlling the population.
Some countries are below replacement rates. Further declining their population growth could lead to negative social and economical outcomes.
Softer, indirect and non-coercive policies have more social and political benefits.
Human beings can provide solutions to human need.
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