China"s provincial leaders, 1949-1985

by David S. G. Goodman

Publisher: Humanities Press International in Atlantic Highlands, NJ

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StatementDavid S.G. Goodman.
Series[Studies on East Asia], Studies on East Asia (Atlantic Highlands, N.J.)
LC ClassificationsDS778.A1 G66 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1 > ;
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Open LibraryOL2727046M
ISBN 100391034871
LC Control Number86020887

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All government leaders in mainland are communists. According to the Constitution of the People's Republic of China, the chairman of an autonomous region, the prefect of an autonomous prefecture or the governor of an autonomous county shall be a member of the ethnic group exercising regional autonomy in the area concerned.

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It is also sometimes used to assess perceived level of political power. Current provincial leaders are young enough to serve another five-year. term. The average age of provincial leaders iswith the oldest at 67 and the youngest Yu Zhengsheng (俞正声), party secretary of Shanghai and a Politburo member, is the oldest provincial leader, and he is 67 years old.

Based on biographical data on more than 2, individuals in China's thirty provincial units from the beginning of the People's Republic inthis is the most comprehensive and systematic treatment of China's provincial leaders ever published.

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Bramall also wrote a related journal article showing that there was no connection between the date of decollectivization (which varied from in Sichuan) and rate of agricultural growth; "Origins of the.

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