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Deng Xiaoping dead Deng Xiaoping dead
by The Ovi Team
2018-02-19 12:29:48
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February 19th 1997; China's paramount leader Deng Xiaoping died at the age of 92. He had been suffering from failing health for several years and was last seen in public three years ago. The country's official news agency said his death was the result of advanced stages of Parkinson's disease complicated by a lung infection and that he had failed to respond to emergency treatment. Although he was officially retired, no important decision affecting China was made without Deng Xiaoping's approval. He was known internationally as the leader who crushed the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989 but also as the man credited with opening up China to economic reform.

 

 

 

 


    
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Emanuel Paparella2013-02-19 12:45:31
As Manzoni said in his poem to Napoleon: was it true glory and greatness? To posterity the difficult answer. A hint of an answer may be Jefferson's quip that anybody who crushes freedom and free speech for the sake of economic development deserves to lose both. And he ought to have known, since after writing the declaration of Independence he kept his slaves...


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