Unformatted text preview: 20090318 Chinese Society and History. Lecture.
● William Robert McKenzie Earley ● ● ● ● ● ● View on corruption that if the party attacks it, the party will collapse, but by not attacking it the state will collapse. China was adopting a model of economic similar to the other East Asian markets. Corruption is a common topic of discussion in China. Chinese define corruption more broadly than we do. ○ Moral degeneration. ○ Negligence. ○ Immoral decadence. ■ Prostitution etc... Corruption is not delegitmising in countries such as India or Russia, because every one is deemed to be corrupt. The CCP no longer writes laws, it's now done by the Peoples' Congress. ...
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- Chinese define corruption, Robert McKenzie Earley, William Robert McKenzie Earley, Chinese Society and History