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The dual roles of semi-civil society in Chinese democracy / by He Baogang
Bib ID 139265
Format BookBook
Author
He, Baogang
 
Description Bright, Eng. : Institute of Development Studies, 1993 
i, 27 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 1858640504
Series

IDS discussion paper 327.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 23-27.

Subjects Democracy -- China.  |  Civil society -- China.  |  China -- Politics and government.
Other authors/contributors Institute of Development Studies (Brighton, England)

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