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Part of the China in Focus Series book series. Introduction - The Problem of Political Succession. Chapters Table of contents (9 chapters). About About this book. PDF. Pages 1-8. Liu Shaoqi and the Cultural Revolution: The Rise and Fall of a Chosen Successor. The Fall of Lin Biao. From the ‘Four Modernisations’ to the ‘Three Poisonous Weeds’: Deng Xiaoping and the ‘Gang of Four’.
Home Browse Books Book details, Chinese Politics and the Succession to Ma. Succession in liberal democracies is relatively easy to observe and it has, therefore, been studied in enormous depth.
Home Browse Books Book details, Chinese Politics and the Succession to Mao. Chinese Politics and the Succession to Mao. By John Gardner. Liberal democracies have evolved methods of changing their top leaders which are highly institutionalised and predictable. Usually the succession process is determined b. .Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.
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Chinese Politics and the Succession to Mao. London: Macmillan, 1982. John G. China's Economy and the Maoist Strategy. Gargan, Edward A. China's Fate: A People's Turbulent Struggle with Reform and Repression.
Gardner John: Chinese Politics and the Succession to Mao, London, Macdlan, 1982, 217 p. hardback £1. 0, paperback £. 5.
indications that drought and famine was happening – but Mao refused to believe it (lower rank officials were giving him false statistics), Mao steps aside now Mao’s wife Jiang Qing instrumental in implementing cultural revolution 3 IMPORTANT THINGS 1) Sino-Soviet Split, 1953 Stalin dies.
Many scholars attribute China's market reforms and the remarkable economic performance they have fostered in part to the country's political and fiscal decentralization. January 1982. Political decentralization is said to have stimulated local policy experiments and restrained predatory central interventions. Fiscal decentralization is thought to have motivated local officials to promote development and harden enterprises' budget constraints. The locally diversified structure of the prereform economy is said to have facilitated liberalization.