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There are fundamental lessons to be taken from the protests that swept through China 25 years ago, ignited by the student occupation of Tiananmen Square. Revolutions differ, but most have similar dynamics.
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Events suggest that the long-overdue crisis of China’s Communist Party has arrived.
What could and should have been celebrated this week in Beijing is the resumption of effective power in the People’s Republic by the modernizer Deng Xiaoping.
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Posted on Apr 19, 2015
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