Includes THIRD PLENUM Much of Western writing about China starts
with a smug assumption that Western ways are superior and that
China's progress can be measured by the extent to which it imitates
them. This book makes no such assumption. It chronicles the
emergence of Western democracy and its rather short history of
universal suffrage and then goes on to portray the intra-party
democracy that has arisen in China and appears to be working well
there. The proposed chair of the Federal Reserve Board described
the bank's rule by committee thus: its greatest strength rests in
its capacity to approach important decisions with expertise and
objectivity, to vigorously debate diverse views, and then to unite
behind its response. These words would also serve as a good
description of China's cabinet - the Politburo Standing Committee.
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