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Любопытно, что в Китае идеалисты сохранились, а в России нет. Но были когда-то, я помню.

Xi Jinping’s pedigree had exposed him to a brutal politics—purges, retribution, rehabilitation—and he drew blunt lessons from it. In a 2000 interview with the journalist Chen Peng, of the Beijing-based Chinese Times, Xi said, “People who have little experience with power, those who have been far away from it, tend to regard these things as mysterious and novel. But I look past the superficial things: the power and the flowers and the glory and the applause. I see the detention houses, the fickleness of human relationships. I understand politics on a deeper level.” The Cultural Revolution and his years in Yan’an, the region where he was sent as a teen-ager, had created him. “Yan’an is the starting point of my life,” he said in 2007. “Many of the fundamental ideas and qualities I have today were formed in Yan’an.” Rudd, the former Australian Prime Minister, told me, “The bottom line in any understanding of who Xi Jinping is must begin with his dedication to the Party as an institution—despite the fact that through his personal life, and his political life, he has experienced the best of the Party and the worst of the Party.”

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2015/04/06/born-red

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otkaznik
Apr. 21st, 2015 10:16 pm (UTC)
Сталин и Мао были политическими близницами. А потом как-то разбежались.
alexey_pl
Apr. 22nd, 2015 10:06 am (UTC)
Ну при Мао Пу И заседал в ихнем Верховном Совете (нне помню как оно называется).
И Мао надо с Лениным соотносить, если бы тот прожил лет на 30 больше.
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