China's Volatile ExperimentGuest Post
China's Volatile Experiment by Doug Bandow, Foundadtion for Economic Education
With a flagging economy, can the PRC return to equilibrium?
BEIJING — Mao Zedong, China’s “Great Helmsman,” died four decades ago. Only after his murderous reign finally ended could his nation move forward. Dramatically.
The old dictator and his cronies wouldn’t recognize China’s capital today. Beijing has become a sprawling metropolis. It mixes high rises of dramatic architecture with squat . . .
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