[Marxism] NYTimes.com Article: The Great Divide | Talking Back to Power: China's 'Haves' Stir the 'Have Nots' to Violence

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The Great Divide | Talking Back to Power: China's 'Haves' Stir the 'Have Nots' to Violence

December 31, 2004
 By JOSEPH KAHN 



China is having more trouble maintaining order than at any
time since the Tiananmen Square movement in 1989.

http://www.nytimes.com/2004/12/31/international/asia/31china.html?ex=1105505764&ei=1&en=80539db4a9ac04ca


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