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Opposed to this approach were the vast majority of Party veterans, who had suffered during the Cultural Revolution and were eager to repudiate it. But by and large even this group was not ready, either psychologically or politically, to completely refute Mao’s legacy. 10 In June 1977, Hu founded a new journal, Theoretical Trends, which would solicit articles to question and criticize the ossified socialist doctrines and Mao’s radical policies, which still had a firm grip on the minds of the people.

52 It was reported in headlines in Hong Kong newspapers and was the first such instance of foreign investment in post-Mao China. Two years later, the opening of the four Special Economic Zones in Guangdong and Fujian created more opportunities for overseas Chinese and foreigners in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and elsewhere to do business in China, bringing in capital, modern technologies, and access to the world market. Immediately after the open-door policy, many consumer products made in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, and elsewhere started to flow into China and 36 How China Became Capitalist became available to Chinese consumers for the first time.

It began by praising Mao as “a great Marxist” and urged that the whole nation should “rally even more closely under the banner of Mao Zedong thought,” only to turn the focus of the Party away from his doctrine of class struggle toward socialist modernization as the unifying mission for the whole country. Its stated goal was to 40 How China Became Capitalist make China “a great, modern, socialist power”66 by the end of the twentieth century, which no one could possibly object to. The continuing commitment to Marxism-Leninism-Mao Zedong Thought helped to avoid ideological chaos and maintain the political stability necessary for economic reform.

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