China's New Economic Development Orientation, Ideological Change and Administrative Reform in the Post-Mao Era
Boshoven, James H.
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Beginning with the Fall of the Gang of Four in 1976, which marked the end of the Cultural Revolution in China, it has been increasingly evident that China's new leadership has made a decisive break with many of the political, economic, and social policies of the past. Under the pragmatic leadership of Deng Xiaoping, a thorough reassessment of China's economic history has been made and this modern critique has led to the formulation of many new policies with the intent of correcting those aspects of economic policy which actually hindered productivity and full economic growth in many sectors of Chinese society.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.