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General reform policies of China’s reform era The following is a selection of major reform slogans that served as general policy directives. The general line of the reform era: “reform and openness” Four modernizations 四个现代化 (first mentioned by Zhou Enlai in 1963, but became a general slogan under Deng Xiaoping from 1978) 1. Agriculture 2. Industry 3. Science and technology 4. Defense Four cardinal principles 四项基本原则 (Deng Xiaoping 1979. Things that cannot be challenged) 1. the principle of upholding the socialist path 2. the principle of upholding the people's democratic dictatorship 3. the principle of upholding the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC), 4. the principle of upholding Mao Zedong Thought and Marxism-Leninism The four De’s (Womack) 1. Depoliticization (less ideology, more practical results)
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