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The preceding parts of this book are mainly a study of national campaigns that were launched during the initial years of China’s market economy era. The three campaigns chosen for detailed analysis included Beijing’s bid for year 2000 Olympics (the Bid case), national commemoration of Mao’s 100th anniversary (the Mao case), and national celebration of the 50th anniversary of victory over Japanese aggression (the Victory case).
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