Secret societies and labor organizations in the early history of the Chinese communist party.
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Secret societies and labor organizations in the early history of the Chinese communist party.

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Published by Asian/Pacific Studies Institute, Duke University in Durham, N.C .
Written in English


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SeriesWorking papers in Asian/Pacific Studies -- 88-02
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Open LibraryOL13963048M

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Organizations in a communist party-state that represent the interests of a particular social group, such as workers or women but which are controlled by the communist party. Special Economic Zones In , the Chinese government set up these zones on the coast near Macao, Hong Kong and Taiwan. A Chinese term that means "unit" and is the basic level of social organization and a major means of political control in China's communist party-state. A person's danwei is most often his or her workplace, such as a factory or an office.   Support and Infiltration. In the San Diego area, two CPUSA members, Carl Wood and Emiliana Sparaco, recently ran for the California Democratic Party Central Committee, from Assembly Districts 76 respectively. Wood, a lifelong communist, intended to push for the “Healthy California Act that provides improved Medicare for All, a Living Wage of at least $15/hour, the Green . a system of social organization based on the common ownership and coordination of production. according to marxism (the theory of german philosopher karl marx ) communism is a culminating stage of history, followed capitalism and socialism. in historical practice, leaders of china, the soviet union, and other states that have proclaimed themselves seeking to achieve communism have.

According to the CCP's constitution the CYL is a "mass organization of advanced young people under the leadership of the Communist Party of China; it is a school where a large number of young people learn about socialism with Chinese characteristics and about communism through practice; it is the Party's assistant and reserve force.".   The book reads like a Who's Who of past and present Chinese spies, saboteurs, agents, assassins, intelligence officers, military officers and security and police officials, as well as Chinese.   'A burning fuse' Some analysts say it is the Party's own history with secret societies, which relied heavily on their support in the early days of the revolution, that gives China's leadership. The UFWD was used in the early years of communist rule "to guarantee CCP oversight" over groups that were not directly associated with the Party and government. Those groups, including NGOs, were brought under the authority of the UFWD, whose job it was to “continuing to play its part in mobilizing and rallying the whole people in common.