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China's prosperity. Whom to thank?   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2011-12-21 12:20:07 |Display all floors
To Mao or Deng Xiaoping?

Without Deng Xiaoping China would be still poor?

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Post time 2011-12-21 13:26:48 |Display all floors
Yes, Deng

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Post time 2011-12-21 16:29:34 |Display all floors
hard to guess what would happen then ?
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Post time 2011-12-21 20:22:01 |Display all floors
Thank the migrant workers.  

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Post time 2011-12-21 20:33:40 |Display all floors
After WWII China's time of misfortune was finally over. Whom to thank?

No doubt, first the people of China who stood up (as Mao clearly said on Oct. 1st 1949), then the leadership who did lead the country on its way to the future and finally it needed a man with a great vision, an extraordinarily gifted leader who is born only once in a hundred years - Deng Xiao Ping. He paved the way for China's future into the 21st century which the people of China wholeheartedly embraced and still do embrace.

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Post time 2011-12-22 00:40:19 |Display all floors
There are many great Chinese to thank, each did their part, but none could have been successful without the people of China.
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Post time 2011-12-22 01:05:02 |Display all floors
Deng Xiaoping, Was able to see that strict adherence to to specific ideology was counter productive, and thus it was ok to mix communism with capitalistic ideas, That it was not important where an idea came from, but whether or not the idea could be used successfully for the benefit of all, thus communism could be economically successful using ideas based in capitalism, but maintaining communism as the base from which to grow equally ( more equally).

You can see the problems with strict adherence to ideology in the US model of capitalism, where shouts of dismay occurred in some areas when the bailout of banks was first brought up, it failed, but that is because they could not see far enough, that the bailout needed was the bailout of the people, the poor, the ones most affected by the banks mismanagement, if they had given the money to the people, it would have had a greater effect, stimulating the economy. many would argue against this, but, giving money to those that would spend it would have a far greater effect than giving it to those that tend to keep money for themselves. Sure there are times when the rich need help, but very rarely will helping them help us all.
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