Some First-Hand Observations of China in the Run-up to the Beijing Olympics
In 2008, less than 20 years after the Tiananmen Massacre, Beijing will stage the Olympic Games. To compare this prestigious awarding of a fascist regime to that of a previous one is unfair; the 1936 games in Berlin was awarded before Hitler came to power. China today is a posterboy for fascism, a model working definition of those governments I refer to in my history class, where a one-party dictatorship employs a market economy and controls a large number of state corporations. Even if the IOC had misgivings about fascists staging the games in 1936, it has none now; it cares about money.
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