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China’s New Leaders Face the Rise of the Individuali
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Shannon Sant
November 06, 2012 3:55 PM
As China prepares for a once-in-a-decade political transition, the country’s soon to be new leaders are facing a population increasingly willing to voice its opposition to government policies.

China’s New Leaders Face the Rise of the Individual

Shannon Sant

Published November 06, 2012

As China prepares for a once-in-a-decade political transition, the country’s soon to be new leaders are facing a population increasingly willing to voice its opposition to government policies.


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