Pressure China to reform

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  • Steven R.
    Sept. 14, 2008 2:34 p.m.

    When one looks at China, their recent emergence from third-world country status is but a fly-speck in time when that region's long-term history is taken into account. The communist regime's 59 year reign is also but an asterisk in China's pedigree. Their own population will ultimately be the ones to put pressure on those in leadership positions to continue their march into the 21st century and leave the failed communist ideals to the history books.

  • Dave
    Sept. 14, 2008 1:23 p.m.

    To much pressure can cause and explosion.

  • Anonymous
    Sept. 14, 2008 9:17 a.m.

    Why isn't China allowed to determine its' own course, that we have to interfere? In any case, I think the chinese people themselves are doing a fine job of making communism irrelevant. I think that after a generation of a successful capitalist economy the communist party will find itself having become a useless appendage.