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Democracy Chinese Characteristics

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Political Science
Course Code
POL101Y1
Professor
Jeffrey Kopstein

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Democracy with Chinese Characteristics China in the Modern Era End of Qing Dynasty Republic Revolution Sun-Yet-Sen three principles of people *Nation, Democracy, Welfare* Population crisis, economic crisis, nationalistic crisis (Manchurian outsiders) prior to revolution. Non Democratic Modern China Basket-case economy now one of the largest economies in the world China is not a democracy in theory, polyarchy, institutionalization No separation of legislation, freedom, and opposition or level of uncertainty No alternative
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