Deng Xiaoping as past and prologue

Spence, Jonathan D.
March 1997
Time;3/3/1997, Vol. 149 Issue 9, p69
Uses Chinese history of succession of emperors to speculate on China's future following the death of Deng Xiaoping. How the People's Republic is the latest manifestation in the history of the rise and decline of successive dynasties; The struggles facing China now.


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