Daniel C. LYNCH

“Building a socialist spiritual civilization” is an official goal of the ruling Chinese Communist Party that was first proclaimed in 1986. The commitment to establish such an objective officially was triggered by deep concerns that as China advanced economically, it would regress spiritually.

After the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) adopted economic reform and opening policies in the late 1970s, many party members began to worry that if China pursued only the

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By |2014-12-16T16:54:01-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Governance, Ideology|Comments Off on Socialist Spiritual Civilization (Shèhuìzhǔyì jīngshén wénmíng 社会主义精神文明)|Shèhuìzhǔyì jīngshén wénmíng 社会主义精神文明 (Socialist Spiritual Civilization)

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