This is an interesting article about how the Chinese Communist Party sees itself. It has some good basic information but is missing some very important pieces.
First is how its form of democracy works at the village level. Secondly, it does not describe the change in policy for Mao’s war on the intellectuals to a new inclusive mode which recognizes the value of intellectual labor. Third, it leaves out the part of democratic centralism which forbids discussion with outsiders once a policy is passed. Lastly, there is no talk about the place of the working class in the way of unions or strikes. The commentary below the article is interesting ever though the writers appear to be anti-communist.
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