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A Study of the Interactions Between Political and Economic Reform in Communist China (1978-1988)
|Issue Date:||2016-04-14 13:52:51 (UTC+8)|
Communist China's political and economic system is based on Marxism and Leninism. Its main character istic is one-party domination, with the communist party monopolizing all political power; Economically, the party leaders make plans and execute all policies which form the foundation of an undivided authoritarian political-economic system. For the past thirty years, this political and economic system has not only stymied Communist China's political development, but has also caused the stifling stagnation in its economy. Therefore, Communist China attempted an economic reform in order to solve this crisis. The effects of this economic reform inevitably spilled over to politicla sphere and set in motion of an urgent need for politial reform. As long as the Chinese Communist leaders refuse to give up its present dictatorship and radically reform its privilege-ridden bureau-cracy, there will continue to be the roadblocks to economic development.
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