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China and the legacy of Deng Xiaoping : from communist revolution to capitalist evolution
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Events are not related to a theme or timeline. Deng is a legend. He inspired lot of other countries in Asia. Even Lee Kwan Yew has admired him. This author doesn't portray a clear image of him. Better luck for the author. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful.
Deng, Xiaoping 1904-1997
Everyone knows that Deng Xiaoping dramatically altered China's political and economic landscape. Few, however, realize to what great lengths he stretched himself to do so. Michael Marti gives a detailed inside look at the factional wrangling that dominated Chinese political affairs in the early s, which set China upon its current developmental path. Well-written, well-documented research, easy-to-read despite the density of information provided, I would recommend this book to anyone with an interest in Chinese politics.
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Michael E. Marti (Author of China and the Legacy of Deng Xiaoping)
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Event at Books n Beans. China and the Legacy of Deng Xiaoping document a turning point in the Chinese communist revolution that elevated Deng to a role equal to that of Mao. Michael Marti explores post-Tiananmen domestic political wrangling and offers the first documentation of Deng's efforts to link all the major elements of society-the PLA, the party, the revolutionary elders, and the regional governors-into a coalition whose survival still depends on the success of his economic policies.
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Understanding this sense of commitment to China's long-term goals has significant implications for predicting the outcome of the current struggle between the hard-liners and reformers. By providing a new interpretation of Chinese behaviour, China and the Legacy of Deng Xiaoping adds to the current debate among policymakers and academicians about the future direction of Chinese policy.
Marti is employed by the Department of Defence.
Marti lives in Huntington, Maryland.