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A Unique Transcendence: Deng Xiaoping's China And Mao Zedong’s China

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The rural production reforms and the opening to the outside world through special economic zones are the two great practical breakthroughs of China's reform. The first is the theory of the beginning stage of socialism. The second is the theory of the socialist market economy. The problem is figuring out what to call socialism, and how to construct and develop socialism. Concepts and strategies that had not yet been proposed or emphasized during Deng-era China were collectively proposed by party leaders at appropriate times according to new requirements of the national and international development situations. As the waves of the Yangtze push each other forward, so does each generation of party members and Chinese people continue fighting for the realization of Chinese modernity and a great renaissance of the Chinese nation along the road to socialism with Chinese characteristics.

Keywords: China; Deng Xiaoping; Mao Zedong; socialism; transcendence



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