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April 09, 2010


The Great Maitreya

David, last paragraph, replace "country" and "China" with "party" and it makes much more sense.


I agree to an extent, but the problem of China's overconfidence is not limited to the Party, nor is it entirely of the Party's making. China's patriotic renaissance is deeply rooted in its people, and as such is a political force that operates semi-independently from the CCP.

Thus the problem of national overconfidence is an issue that pervades Chinese society, not just politics, and it needs to be addressed as such.

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