By Ning Fang (auth.)
This e-book argues that democracy is the inevitable manufactured from China's industrialization and modernization, and is important for the improvement of China's present society. It presents a political warrantly for China's industrialization and modernization. There are either similarities and changes among China's model of democracy and people types of different nations. during this booklet, the writer discusses the country's vital studies in developing democracy with chinese language features, which it has accumulated throughout the lengthy fight for nationwide independence, prosperity and social improvement. The democracy approach embodies easy values and common rules of democracy with uniquely chinese language features.
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The direct reason was that the Revolution of 1911 only changed the form of the Chinese political system, but it did not change the political power structure of the Chinese political system; namely it did not shake the main social classes and groups controlling the actual rights; it did not change the practical modes and rules for achieving political power by Chinese society. After the Revolution of 1911, Beiyang warlords, local warlords and the landlord gentry class controlled the Chinese real political power; they mainly depended on the landlord gentry class.
While the industrialization and urbanization develop rapidly, some of Chinese basic national conditions also remain unchanged, and compared with that before reform and opening up, a more unbalanced aspect also exists. Uneven regional economic development and uneven distribution of resources is one of the remarkable characteristics of Chinese national conditions. “AihuiTengchong line” is the significant sign of this basic uneven situation. Since the reform and opening up, as the historical change in the economic and social development occurs, uneven regional economic development and uneven distribution of resources also further develops, it should be said, the meaning of “Aihui-Tengchong line” becomes more profound.
Competition produced winners and losers. The losers surrendered to the winners; winners protected losers, and therefore a stable political and social order was formed. This competition continued to occur, repeat and develop in all regions at all levels, eventually the ultimate winner on the top layer was formed, thus the overall unified orderly country was formed, which was called “The world will be in one”. In other words, in Huaxia space, social relations and organization forms of people beyond the two-river civilization must develop towards unification inevitably.