The Stability of China

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The beginning:
The Stability of China
China is no longer a multi-hundred million people Communist dictatorship where a few selected officials rule and the rest are poor uneducated peasants. While Communism, perhaps not quite the same ideal Mao decided was proper for his then-backward nation, still reigns supreme, there is a growth of a middle class, numbers of millionaires who have become global entrepreneurs, and bankers and brokers who now control hundreds of billions of American bonds, which makes China the largest nation in control of much of the American economy. Politically, there is no hint of a democratic push. Economically, China is growing faster than any other nation in the world.
Proof of China’s current strength is evident in the fact that...
The end:
.....rends for the foreseeable future can mean cultural compromises creating mutual economic benefits.
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