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The Theory and Practice of Chinese Communist Rule in the Past Five Decades: The Role of the CCP's Leadership
One party dictatorship;socialism in one country;capitalism;red capitalists
|Issue Date:||2019-04-25 11:14:07 (UTC+8)|
The Chinese Communists have never abandoned the goal of socialism since their take-over of the Chinese mainland in 1949. Through ideological indoctrination and monopolization of political and economic resources under the practice of the “one-party dictatorship” by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the Communist authorities have been able to control people's thinking and way of life. However, with the progress of the reform and opening-up policy, the CCP has been caught in a dilemma of whether to be dogmatic or pragmatic. If the Communists relinquishes its power over the distribution of political and economic resources and forsakes its right of ideological interpretation, the “four cardinal principles” upheld by the CCP would be discontinued. As a result, while continuing to carry on the reform and open-up policy, the Communist authorities have simultaneously sought to educate and mobilize its party cadres and the masses through political movements. However, as more and core people begin to be skeptical over the superiority of socialism, the CCP will find itself unable to remain comfortable in its chair of “one-party dictatorship” for long.
|Relation:||中國大陸研究, 42(9), 1-12|
|Appears in Collections:||[中國大陸研究 TSSCI] 期刊論文|
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