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 subjects who will be persuaded, by various means, to take IC. All these, of course, pertain to the premise that "Family Planning and Population Control" is a medical and technological problem as viewed by Kapil, the planners, the administrators, and the political authority, from the very beginning. That is why FP programme come under the purview of the Health Ministry and doctors and health workers are the personnel chosen. True, these people are aware of the other stronger determining factors, e g, poverty, high IMR, ignorance, cultural constraints, oppression of women in the patriarchal society. Also the better performance in population control in say China and Cuba without the sole emphasis on medico-technology, is not unknown to them. But sadly we continue to deal with the problem in only medical terms somewhat obstinately, refusing even to learn from the Kerala experience.

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