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China’s Rulers: The Fifth Generation Take Power (2012–13)

  • Michael Dillon

Abstract

As the Seventeenth Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party, met for its sixth Plenary Session in Beijing on Saturday 15 October 2011, optimistic commentators predicted the dawn of a new era of profound political change. In anticipation of the leadership changes planned for 2012 and 2013, there was a rush to publish books in Chinese (mostly in Hong Kong) on the emerging leadership and the selection process, sources that have been underused in English-language accounts of China’s leadership.

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Chinese Communist Party Political Reform National People Party Committee Party Secretary 
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