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Title: The Party's Disciples: CCP Reserve Cadres and the Perpetuation of a Resilient Authoritarian Regime
Authors: Tsai, Wen-Hsuan;Kou, Chien-Wen
Contributors: 政治系
Keywords: 後備幹部;意識型態一致性的菁英;掛職鍛煉;菁英分裂;韌性威權政體
Chinese Communist Party;elite split;ideologically unified elite;reserve cadres;resilient authoritarian regime;temporary transferred duty
Date: 2015-05
Issue Date: 2015-09-15 09:42:05 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This article discusses the origin and consolidation of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) reserve cadre system and considers its impact on the resilience and perpetuation of the Party's authoritarian regime. Reserve cadres are essentially the Party's “disciples”; through careful selection and training, the CCP is able to build a legion of youthful political elites with exceptional administrative ability and correct political thinking. Upon assumption of Party and government posts, these reserve cadres are able to reinforce the Party's autonomy and resist outside pressures to democratize, thereby manifesting the very nature of a resilient authoritarian regime.
Relation: China Quarterly, 221, 1-20
Data Type: article
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