People's Republic of China: An Economic Assessment; a Compendium of Papers Submitted to the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States, 7권
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1972 - 382페이지
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207 페이지 - Of all things in the world, people are the most precious. Under the leadership of the Communist Party, as long as there are people, every kind of miracle can be performed.
287 페이지 - Since the Second World War Japan has achieved a remarkable decline to about 1 per cent. We have sent people to Japan to study the means and results there. Our present target is to reduce population growth to below 2 percent; for the future we aim at an even lower rate. "However, I do not believe it will be possible to equal the Japanese rate as early as 1970 — for some of the reasons mentioned.
207 페이지 - It is a very good thing that China has a big population. Even if China's population multiplies many times, she is fully capable of finding a solution; the solution is production.
266 페이지 - That may seem like a bad thing, but it is really a good thing. Poor people want change, want to do things, want revolution. A clean sheet of paper has no blotches, and so the newest and most beautiful words can be written on it, the newest and most beautiful pictures can be painted on it.
366 페이지 - A primary source of information is the annual reviews of the Communist aid programs published by the Bureau of Intelligence and Research of the US Department of State The last of the series, "Communist Governments and Developing Nations: Aid and Trade in 1967," was published in August 1968.
222 페이지 - NCNA, Peking, Nov. 25, 1(156: translated in SCMP, No. 1430, Dec. 13. 1956, pp. 18-19. " Robert Loll, Eieapefrom Ktd Cliina, New York; Coward-McCann, Inc.. 1061, pp. 288-289. red from the comments of some of the people who heard him. One was a Peking doctor, who said : The wise directive of Chairman Mao concerning the need for planned birth control to regulate the population of China is deeply touching to all the intellectuals in the medical and public health circles. This highly creative directive...
270 페이지 - This principle of economy is one of the basic principles of socialist economics. China is a big country, but she is still very poor. It will take several decades to make China prosperous. Even then we will still have to observe the principle of diligence and frugality.
173 페이지 - Republic for 20 years, only the intensity of the propaganda and the strictness with which policies were interpreted and implemented fluctuated with the ebb and flow of political campaigns, which in turn tended to reflect Mao's, dominance. - Politics in Command First and foremost is the idea that politics are in command — and science is no exception. The efforts to convince the scientists that * For example, Sidney H. Gould, ed. Sciences in Communist China. Washington, American Association for the...