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  Deng Xiaoping
Deng's birthplace was Paifang Village in Xiexing township, Guang'an County, in the province of Sichuan.
Deng returned on the eve of the breakdown of co-operation between the Kuomintang and the Communist Party, and the political situation was unstable.
Deng Xiaoping had stressed all along that it is of strategic importance to bring younger people into positions of leadership and that the destiny of the Party and the state hinges on this question.
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 TIME Magazine | 60 Years of Asian Heroes: Deng Xiaoping
As Mao shrinks in the historical balance, Deng rises; it is Deng who is hailed as the pragmatist, as the man who introduced a new economic dynamism with his striking phrase that it did not matter whether a cat was fl or white as long as it could catch mice.
What Deng had the intelligence to see was that China would have to break out of its Maoist mold of state control—that the nation's long-dormant entrepreneurial spirit had to be encouraged, not inhibited, and that the capitalist nature of some of the needed changes had to be openly accepted, whatever the political fallout.
If Deng's actions were often cautious or even negative, it was because he had fought and lived a revolution for over 60 years, and he could not summon up the conviction that those years had been in vain.
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  Deng Xiaoping worldwidebase
Deng Xiaoping studeerde in Parijs en werd in 1924 lid van de communistische partij.
Bovendien was Deng Xiaoping van 1956 tot 1967 voorzitter van de communistische partij in China en was hij vele jaren vice-premier.
Deng Xiaoping liet regelmatig zijn tanden zien tegen demonstranten, die vonden dat zijn hervormingspolitiek niet snel genoeg ging.
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  Deng Xiaoping - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Deng, a Hakka, was born Deng Xixian on August 22, 1904 in Paifang Village in Xiexing township, Guang'an County, Sichuan Province.
Deng, however, did little to improve relations with the Soviet Union, continuing to adhere to the Maoist line of the Sino-Soviet Split era that the Soviet Union was a superpower equally as "hegemonist" as the United States, but even more threatening to China because of its geographical proximity.
Deng argued that China was in the primary stage of socialism and that the duty of the party was to perfect "socialism with Chinese characteristics." This interpretation of Chinese Marxism reduced the role of ideology in economic decision-making and deciding policies of proven effectiveness.
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 Deng Xiaoping   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Deng nan (; pinyin dèng nán) (born 1945) is the second daughter of deng xiaoping and his third wife zhuo lin....
Deng pufang (pinyin deng4 pu2 fang1), (born in 1944), is the first son of deng xiaoping and his third wife zhuo lin....
Deng xiaoping (; pronounced "dung shyao-ping"; august 22, 1904-february 19, 1997) was a revolutionary elder in the communist party of china...
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 Deng Xiaoping - Il padre del risveglio cinese   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Deng Xixian (nome originario di Deng Xiaoping) nasce, probabilmente, il 22 agosto 1904.
Deng Xiaoping aveva ereditato dalla sua famiglia anche una abitudine alla leadership e un forte rispetto per l’istruzione.
Deng Xiaoping sarà reintegrato nel ’73 alla carica di Vice-premier del Consiglio di Stato per decisione del Comitato Centrale del Partito; quindi eletto Vicepresidente del Comitato Centrale e membro della Commissione Permanente dell’Ufficio Politico alla II sessione plenaria del X Comitato Centrale, nel ’75.
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 The Life of Deng Xiaoping
Deng however, pulled in favours from several of his influential friends and was left a free man. He spent the next seven years doing manual labour in the Jiangxi province.
Deng's speech to the people and armed forces on the 9th June was made amid all this unrest.
Deng continued to appear in public until 1994 and, although having retired from public office, was arguably the most important private citizen in the world.
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 Deng XiaoPing — The Man Who Opens China | Inspiring Short Stories
Deng XiaoPing was born in 1904 in southern China.
Deng won Mao TzeDong (Party Chairman) favor by building Mao’s secret 3rd line, a gigantic industrial redoubt whose crippling cost was in inverse proportion to its ultimate strategic value and rose to power.
Deng XiaoPing passed away on 19 February 1997 at the age of 92.
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 Deng Xiaoping   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Deng Xiaoping was born Deng Xixian (鄧希賢/邓希贤) in Paifang Village in Xiexing township, Guang'an County, Sichuan Province.
Deng, in fact, was one of only a handful of peasant revolutionaries to lead China, a group that includes Mao and the founders of the Han and Ming dynasties.
One of Deng's achievements was the agreement signed by Britain and China on December 19, 1984 (Sino-British Joint Declaration) under which Hong Kong was to be handed over to the PRC in 1997.
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 Masoud Behnoud English Version: The Iranian Deng Xiaoping: The Return of Rafsanjani
Some even went as far as referring to him as “elevator,” which was a nickname given to Deng Xiaoping upon his return to power in the aftermath of Mao’s death.
But Deng Xiaoping is the one who earned the nickname “elevator” for his miraculous return to power in his mid-seventies, long after Mao and his radical supporters got the impression that they had buried him.
In a statement that he released after the election, the Iranian Deng Xiaoping wrote, “28 years after the advent of the Islamic revolution, it is a great honor for a student to be the people’s first choice in a majority of the 11 elections for the Majlis, the Assembly of Experts and the presidency.
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 Long March Leaders - Premier Deng Xiaoping   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Deng Xiaoping was thirty when the Long March began.
Deng rose up from the political depths to join Mao in the higher echelons.
There he rose to high positions and was such a success that after the fall of the "Gang of Four," he was called back to Beijing where he eventually became the number one man in China.
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 Deng Xiaoping - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Deng Xiaoping   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Deng, born in Sichuan province into a middle-class landlord family, joined the CCP as a student in Paris, where he adopted the name Xiaoping (‘Little Peace’) in 1925, and studied in Moscow in 1926.
During the Cultural Revolution Deng was dismissed as a ‘capitalist roader’ and sent to work in a tractor factory in Nanchang for ‘re-education’.
Deng was rehabilitated by his patron Zhou Enlai in 1973 and served as acting prime minister after Zhou's heart attack in 1974.
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 Deng Xiaoping Jokes and Humor
Deng Xiaoping Visits the US Note: This joke is usually told in Chinese and requires the listener to understand both English and Chinese.
Deng Xiaoping was a popular leader during the post-Mao era due to the success of his economic liberalization program.
Deng was favoring the use of force to stop the occupation of the square.
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 After Deng Xiaoping
Deng Xiaoping was born on August 22, 1904.
Deng Xiaoping left China a richer, more powerful, more belligerent country than he found it — a threat to the world and to its own people.
It would be a mistake, though, to think of Deng as simply a practical man. He saved the Party, at least in part, because he believed in Marx and in the inevitability of a future with no inequality and therefore no conflict of interest, where everyone would think alike.
www.jochnowitz.net /Essays/Xiaoping.html   (944 words)

 Deng Xiaoping, a mixed legacy   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The death of Deng Xiaoping, on 19 February 1997, prompted a torrent of commentaries in the international press on Deng's legacy.
Deng was apparently never able to distinguish between the old repressive Kuomintang regime and the present new and democratic Taiwan.
Deng's passing opens a new opportunity for his present successors to discard the old "unification" fallacy, and move towards acceptance of Taiwan as a friendly neighbor, in the same way Russia is recognizing the Baltic States as small and friendly neighbors.
www.taiwandc.org /nws-ch22.htm   (219 words)

 People's Republic of China: III
Liu Shaoqi, Deng Xiaoping, and their fellow "revisionists" and "capitalist roaders" had been purged from public life by early 1967, and the Maoist group had since been in full command of the political scene.
Among the most prominent of those rehabilitated was Deng Xiaoping, who was reinstated as a vice premier in April 1973, ostensibly under the aegis of Premier Zhou Enlai but certainly with the concurrence of Mao Zedong.
Also in January 1975, Deng Xiaoping's position was solidified by his election as a vice chairman of the CCP and as a member of the Political Bureau and its Standing Committee.
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 Chinese Views of Future Warfare, Part One   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As opposed to philosophical thinkers, Deng Xiaoping's strategic thoughts were not the result of study; rather, they grew out of practical necessity in the course of leading and planning the unprecedented socialist modernization of the huge Asian country with a quarter of the world's population.
Deng Xiaoping also had the strategic idea of "one central task and two basic points." That is to say, we should take the socialist modernization construction as the central task, while adhering to the policy of reform and opening up and upholding the four basic principles.
Deng Xiaoping's comments on the identity of safeguarding the interests of our country with safeguarding the interests of the Chinese nation are comments centered on the unity of the nation, safeguarding the sovereignty and the reunification of the country, as well as the goals of promoting the prosperity of the country.
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 Deng Xiaoping. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Deng became a member of the Chinese Communist party while studying in France (1920–25).
In 1981 Deng strengthened his position in China by replacing Hua Guofeng as Communist party chairman with his own protégé, Hu Yaobang.
Deng sought to loosen government control of the economy in order to promote development while insisting on tight party control of the government and politics.
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 Online NewsHour: Deng Xiaoping dies -- February 19, 1997
Deng came to power in 1977 and was responsible for the market-oriented reforms that helped promote rapid economic growth.
Deng Xiaoping was a giant figure on the Chinese stage, on the world stage.
And Deng Xiaoping each time came down in favor of maintaining the American relationship, even though there were things the Chinese didn’t like that we were doing or saying; Deng Xiaoping was always on the side of the maintenance of this relationship.
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 RW ONLINE:The End of Deng Xiaoping: Enemy of the People
This was a revolution which for 10 years prevented people like Deng from seizing power as Mao led the masses to expose and defeat the "capitalist roaders." And through this decade of fierce class struggle, millions of workers and peasants were drawn into running and transforming society and changing themselves in the process.
Deng Xiaoping and other capitalist roaders led a reactionary coup d'etat against the top leaders in the party who were Mao's supporters--the so-called "Gang of Four" which included Chiang Ching and Chang Chun-chiao.
Deng's views on the economy, education, scientific experiment, technology, culture, and foreign relations, were subjected to thorough analysis.
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 Deng Xiaoping on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
DENG XIAOPING [Deng Xiaoping] or Teng Hsiao-p'ing, 1904-97, Chinese revolutionary and government leader, b.
Deng became a member of the Chinese Communist party while studying in France (1920-25).
China commemorates centenary of Deng Xiaoping's birth, by Tian Sulei.
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 Deng Xiaoping :: Humanarchives.org
World reaction to Deng Xiaoping's death ranged from praise for his ambitious economic reforms to expressions of relief that an era of repression may have...
Born in 1904, Deng was one of the first generation of Chinese Communist Party leaders.
RSS news is based on the words "Deng" and "Xiaoping" so the information provided can be unrelated to "Deng Xiaoping" specifically.
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 Asiaweek.com | Asian of the Century | Deng Xiaoping | 12/10/99
Deng's economic reforms and his realignment of China constitute the most important geopolitical event in Asia in the second half of the 20th century.
Deng shared the ruthlessness which has been a mark of Chinese leaders since Shi Huangdi first united the country by force 22 centuries ago.
Alone of all the great Asians, Deng was a leading player in both of these acts, first as a revolutionary leader, then as the architect of a social revolution which has fundamentally changed China and the rest of the world for the better.
www.asiaweek.com /asiaweek/features/aoc/aoc.deng.html   (1068 words)

 RW ONLINE:The Towering Crimes of Deng Xiaoping
Deng was in Washington to cement a close new alliance with U.S. imperialism.
He exposed Deng Xiaoping and the rest of China's new leadership as "capitalist roaders." Avakian upheld Mao Tsetung and the cause of revolution.
Deng Xiaoping is talking about modernization, and praising the benefits of living in a country like this, an imperialist country.
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 Deng Xiaoping obituary
Deng Xiaoping's death last month at the age of 92 came as little surprise.
Deng's victory was a hollow one ­ while his regime survived, it was at the cost of losing all support for his reforms in the cities.
Deng's popularity as a reformer is long forgotten ­ what remains is his long and consistent record of repression.
pubs.socialistreviewindex.org.uk /sr206/obit.htm   (902 words)

 China Hand
There is also no mistake that Deng Xiaoping and Liu Shaoqi fought against Mao from the formation of the People’s Republic to bring about an economic system that would increase the quality of life of ordinary Chinese and build a powerful China.
When it was all over Deng, who is said to have been confined to a hospital bed throughout, had no alternative but to come back and embrace the result.
It was Deng’s great vision which informed the party that the 20 million had died so Chinese could share in global prosperity and become the great economy of the world as it had been before, not so that they could share equally in the squalid poverty that was socialism.
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