Week 4-2 Political Realignment (2)

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Political Realignment Conservatives vs. Pragmatic A. The Same Goal of the Reform They shared a common idea that China need modernization reform and that it should be based upon socialism. But the difference was “method” and “speed.” B. Readjustment of Planning (early 1950s) vs. Market Reform The conservatives tended to be more fearful of the consequences of reform. They wanted to move more slowly on implementing the reforms
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Unformatted text preview: while acting faster to correct problems they saw as caused by them. Dilemma of Reform A. How to Interpret the Mao Doctrine and the CR? Seek Truth from Facts When a theory does not prove consonant with practice, it is necessary to revise the theory. Mao Zedong Practice Is the Sole Criterion of Truth. White cat or black cat is not a matter as long as it catches a mouse....
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