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How the Communist Party Guided China to Success

Poster:Post date:2017-02-24
Catergory:Interviews
Region:(China)
Issue:(Chinese Politics)
(Sinosphere, By Ian Johnson) There was an argument that reforms must proceed in sequence, so they had to be coordinated. But the effect has been that not much has happened since 2013 [when Mr. Xi became president] in terms of ground-up problem-solving. If you rely on hierarchy and discipline, the courage to experiment at the lower levels is squeezed out. People are afraid of trying things.  
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