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Under new policy, will Chinese families choose a second child?

China will now allow families to have not one but two children, due to the nation’s economic needs. But has China’s policy change come too late? Judy Woodruff discusses the impacts of the old policy on both the country and for individual families with Mei Fong, author of "One Child."