By Robert Weil
"Robert Weil has written a super, powerfully argued e-book that cuts in the course of the hogwash pouring from the West and from China in regards to the 'miracle' of the Deng reforms. Weil indicates how Deng's use of 'capitalism to construct socialism' has led to using 'socialism to construct capitalism.' this is often strong stuff, must-reading for all those that care in regards to the way forward for humanity."
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