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China's Quiet Revolution: New…

China's Quiet Revolution: New Interactions Between State and Society…

by David S. G. Goodman

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Since the 1980s the Western World seems to have come to believe in the inevitability of economic development and liberal democracy. The quiet revolution in China that has been underway since 1978 provides ample opportunity to examine the relationships amongst the processes of political, economic and social change. This book describes and explains the relationships by looking at what happened during the 1980s in order to assess the prospects for the 1990s.

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