21 Chinese L. & Gov't 1 (1988-1989)

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Chinese   Law   and  Government
SPRING  1988/VOL. 21, NO. I



                Party  Documents on
        Anti-bourgeois Liberalization and
        Hu   Yaobang's Resignation, 1987

             GUEST   EDITOR: JAMES  TONG
             MICHIGAN   STATE  UNIVERSITY


Editor's Introduction
    James Tong                                       3

Main Points of Deng Xiaoping's Speech on the
Current Problem of Student Disturbance*
Zhongfa No. 1, January 6, 1987                      18

Deng Xiaoping's Speech at the Sixth Plenum of the
Twelfth Central Committee
Zhongfa No. 2, January 9, 1987                      22

Report of Comrade Bo Yibo to the Enlarged
Politburo Meeting on the Central Committee
Top-Level Party-Life Meeting (Excerpts)
Zhongfa No. 3, January 16, 1987                     24

Circular of the CCP Central Committee on Issues of
the Current Anti-bourgeois Liberalization Movement
Zhongfa No. 4, January 28, 1987                     29

Decision of the Standing Committee of the National
People's Congress on Strengthening the Education in
the Legal System and Safeguarding Unity and Stability
Zhongfa No. 6, January 22, 1987                     39


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