Class Notes 6.10.10 - Pols 497 Class Notes 6.10.10 Lecture...

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Pols 497 Class Notes 6.10.10 Lecture Notes! Political Philosophy of China Confucianism Virtues – Set high moral standard – rule with virtue Education, Government, personal behavior, individual duty to the society Legalism Use law and punishment and the tool to rule the country importance of authority – efficient authority and strong laws Qin – First emperor (Shi huang Di) Couple decades Mao Ze-Dong Thought Leninist/ Marxist Not Chinese Class Reform Thought Reform Brainwash Land Reform Agricultural Habits North – Wheat South – Rice Mainland China uses shorthand, Taiwan uses long hand Hong Kong in 1997 Romanization: Chaing, Kai-Shek Wade-Giles system: (1800's) British scholars Traditional Pin yin system: Jiang, Jie-Shi Cadres Every major political, economic, cultural unit Communist party members responsible to organize people and carry out Party Policy Danwei
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Class Notes 6.10.10 - Pols 497 Class Notes 6.10.10 Lecture...

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