CHINA, THE DOOR OPENS - a Little, in Current Affairs Bulletin, Vol 61, No 11 (Jim Angel, ed.)

By: Frederick Teiwes

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Centre for Continuing Ed., University of Sydney, 1985. Magazine, 9.25" x 6.75. Ex-library magazine with usual stamps, markings etc. GOOD condition. Under Deng Xiaoping's tutelage, there has been a profound ideological shift in China's outlook - the major leadership preoccupation has been economic modernisation & development (12pp). In same Issue: The New Technology Challenge to Industrial Relations.

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