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Politics of China Complete Notes

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Included in these notes are the history of China's political moment leading to the creation of its political system still intact today. They also cover China's political makeup and government structure, as well as modern progression in its economy and global activities.

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Economic history of the People's Republic of China Economy Economy of China Chinese economic reform Economic liberalization Decentralization China Asia Hukou system Iron rice bowl Structure Poverty in China Mao Zedong Yuan Shikai
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Economic history of the People's Republic of China Economy Economy of China Chinese economic reform Economic liberalization Decentralization China Asia Hukou system Iron rice bowl Structure Poverty in China Mao Zedong Yuan Shikai
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Went over the great wall and fought their way to Beijing. • 1644 – Ming Dynasty • Imperial Chinese System: o ‘All under Heaven’ (tianxia) and ‘son of Heaven’ (tianzi) o Confucianism as ideology ▪ Fundamental for more than 2,000 years ▪ Not a re...
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