Is the Huankantou Incident the Beginning of the End of Communist Rule in China?
There are dozens of protests every day in the Pearl River Delta factories and almost none of them is reported in the press anywhere. Sometimes they are large and violent. Sometimes they are so small that they could hardly be called protests. Sometimes they are manipulated by outsiders for financial shakedowns. Sometimes they are successful in achieving the goals of the people involved. But almost all of them have one thing in common: they are spontaneous single-issue protests that die down as soon as either the issue is resolved or the protestors realise it won't be resolved in their favour.…
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