The Fifth Modernization
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|The Fifth Modernization|
“The Fifth Modernization” is an essay by human rights activist Wei Jingsheng , originally begun as a signed wall poster placed on the Democracy Wall in Beijing on December 5, 1978. 
Summary[ edit ]
The poster called on the Communist Party of China to add democracy to the list of Four Modernizations which includes industry, agriculture, science and technology and national defense.  It openly stated democracy as an additional modernization which needs to be taken if China truly wants to modernize itself. The five Modernizations would include:
- National Defense
- Science and Technology
References[ edit ]
- ^ Brook, Daniel.  (2005). Modern revolution: social change and cultural continuity in Czechoslovakia and China. University Press of America.
ISBN 0-7618-3193-2 , ISBN 978-0-7618-3193-8 .
- ^ Schell, Orville. Shambaugh, David L.  (1999). The China reader: the reform era. Random House, Inc. ISBN 0-679-76387-2 , ISBN 978-0-679-76387-1 .
External links[ edit ]
- The Fifth Modernization essay by Wei Jingsheng
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