Peking Spring

Frantzell, Lennart
December 1979
National Review;12/7/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 49, p1550
The article reports on the street demonstration due to individual demands for civil rights in Peking, China. Deng Xioaping, the new ruler has been moving to modernize China. There has been an emergence of several underground journals due to the survival of civil-rights movements. Details on the campaign for repression against counter-revolutionaries were also discussed.


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