Deng Xiaoping's Economic Development

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The other contribution by Deng Xiaoping was a agricultural transformation. When the First Five Plan was active, the people's commune was established in rural areas for collectivization for agriculture. The people's commune was a rural organization to manage rural societies of collective farmers. Majority of people lived and worked in rural areas, but the organization didn't effect due to misguided equality(inequality). Deng Xiaoping declared the decollectivization of agriculture to transform agricultural system from collective households to individual households. The first task of decollectivization was productivity. Agricultural productivities was destructiveness in markets while population was still growing. To achieve improvements of agricultural …show more content…
Chinese economic growth wasn't always smoothly(satisfactory). Deng Xiaoping struggled with his political regime here. Chinese economic growth was still continuing thanks to successful policies. However, Deng Xiaoping's open-door policy brought social political instabilities. The government considered the economy was the highest priority in China. The political reformation didn't catch up with the economical reformation. Political instabilities reached the highest (level) in 1989 that all factors were together(high inflation and official corruption)7. Chinese people

started to question about political liberalization that they should have freedom of speech. Western ideas (of political liberalization) became popular among Chinese people. The Soviet Union was a model that carried out the political liberalization. Many students were excited about Gorbachev's visit in Beijing. The Tiananmen Square incident(massacre) was a student's movement for a democratization against one-party dictatorship of CCP. After the incident was ended, a power of economic decision-makings shifted from reformers to conservatives.8 Due to the Beijing incident, the Chinese economic growth was slow

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