20 Chinese L. & Gov't 1 (1987-1988)

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Chinese Law and Government
SPRING   1987/VOL. XX  NO. 1





        Reform   of China's   Political  System

           GUEST   EDITOR:  BENEDICT   STAVIS
                  UNIVERSITY   OF  IOWA


Editor's Introduction
   Benedict Stavis                                     3

Bugle Calls to Discuss Political Reform
1. Rereading Deng Xiaoping's On the Reform of the
   System of Party and State Leadership
   Commentary   by World Economic Herald              15
2. Making Decision Making More Democratic and
   Scientific Is an Important Part of Reform of
   the Political System
   Wan   Li                                           21

Comprehensive Articles
3. The Changing Function of the Government in the
   Transformation of China
   Xu   Zhaoming                                      26
4. Our Current Political System and the Goals of Reform
    Yan Jiaqi                                         35
5. Reform of the Political System and Division
   of the Work of Party and Government
   Zhang  Youyu                                       40
6. Reform and Strengthen China's Political System
    Tan Jian                                          44
7. Moving Toward  a Political System with Higher
   Efficiency and More Democracy
   Wang   Huning                                      51
8. How to Implement a High-Level Democracy
    Li Honglin                                        57


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