Red cat, white cat: China and the contradictions of "market socialism"
"Robert Weil has written a brilliant, powerfully argued book that cuts through the hogwash pouring from the West and from China about the 'miracle' of the Deng reforms. Weil shows how Deng's use of 'capitalism to build socialism' has resulted in the use of 'socialism to build capitalism.' This is powerful stuff, must-reading for all those who care about the future of humanity." --William Hinton
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The Third Way
China at the Brink
China Daily Business Weekly 22 May 1995
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