1943: Tobacco cigarettes are advertised as healthy in the United States.
Today: Tobacco companies are sued for false advertising as it has been revealed in court that they have known for many years that cigarettes cause cancer.
1943: In China a woman’s fertility is unregulated. In many rural areas, especially, women produce large families to provide labor for farms.
Today: In an effort to control an exploding population, the Chinese...
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