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Immanuel C. Y. Hsü

Print publication date: 1990

Print ISBN-13: 9780195060560

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195060560.001.0001

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Deng Xiaoping and China's New Order

Deng Xiaoping and China's New Order

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China without mao

Immanuel C. Y. Hsü

Oxford University Press

Since the cataclysmic year 1976, the changes wrought by the party, the government, and the people of China had altered the surface as well as the depths of Chinese politics. Beginning with Deng Xiaoping's quick return to power, China's priorities were thoroughly reorganized. By analyzing the proceedings of the party and government meetings, examining the assertions of the media, and paying special attention to private manipulations as well as to the expressions of the common people, one could draw a reasonably accurate picture of China's “new beginning.” As a result of mediation by Marshal Ye and Vice-Premier Li Xiannian, who desperately desired a smooth transition to the post-Mao era, Hua agreed in principle to rehabilitate Deng, and to revise the five-year economic plan to accelerate the Four Modernizations.

Keywords:   Deng Xiaoping, Four Modernizations, Hua Gofeng, Marshal Ye

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