In China, The Party Is The Problem

Progress demands that Jiang curb the Communist elite

It wasn't the type of public display Chinese television viewers are used to seeing from their taciturn leaders. Speaking at a eulogy for Deng Xiaoping, who died on Feb. 19, President Jiang Zemin openly sobbed as he praised the Communist Party patriarch and vowed a "deepening" of the reforms Deng launched 18 years ago.

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