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Title: China's model of democracy
Authors: Bo, Z. 
Keywords: China's model of democracy
China's political system
Political legitimacy
Political reform
The American model
The Chinese Communist Party
Issue Date: Jan-2010
Citation: Bo, Z. (2010-01). China's model of democracy. International Journal of China Studies 1 (1) : 102-124. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In a world where democracy is regarded as a universal value, the political legitimacy of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)'s rule seems to be a suspect. There are calls for democratizing China's political system, implicitly after the fashion of Western liberal democracies, in particular the American model. Few scholars have questioned the desirability of building a democracy in China, yet it is far from being clear what China's model of democracy should be. This article will highlight major features of China's political system and elaborate a China's model of democracy.
Source Title: International Journal of China Studies
ISSN: 21803250
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