An Analysis of Chinese Communist Policies and Initiatives in the Modern Era

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The beginning:
An Analysis of Chinese Communist Policies and Initiatives in the Modern Era
Question 1:
The primary focus of Deng Xiaoping’s desire to reform the centralization of the Chinese Communist party and its government involved an increased focus “social democracy” via a grass roots citizen’s campaign. During this time, China was undergoing major changes that forced Deng to advocate a more focused grass roots policy to state off the problematic central authority that was corrupting the agricultural development, local government infrastructure, and regional stability. With a few very individual state Communist Party administrators in the government holding a multitude of various positions, it was becoming evident to Deng that local and citizen...
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..... class issues that restrict a more flexible educational system in which everyone has access to recruitment into administration roles in the Communist party.
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