Week 4-2 Political Realignment (1)

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POLC 3020: Week 4 (2) Political Realignment Sept. 15, 2010
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Questions The CCP launched reform policies as a reaction to the Cultural Revolution. Does this mean that China rejected Marxism? If not, what was the logic of the CCP to justify (or legitimize) its reform efforts that adopt capitalist techniques? How far do you think that China’s reform can take the capitalist pathway in the name of socialism? Do you think that China can uphold socialist ethics and morality and prevent the corrosive influence of bourgeois tendencies?
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Unformatted text preview: Political Realignment Two Groups of Political Force A. Ideological Hardliners The post-Mao era should be based upon the continuation of the old. B. Reformers The new era should involve a reassessment of the changes of the past and a radical break with Maoism. Hua Guo-feng (Chairman 76-80) Jiang Qing (The Gang of Four) Deng Xiao-ping The Two Whatevers Hardliners Reformers Purge Pressure Li Peng Chen Yun Hu Yao-bang Zhao Zi-yang Conservatives Pragmatic Reformers...
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course POLC 3020 taught by Professor Kim during the Fall '10 term at Tulane.

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