Although the market and opportunities for consumption seem to offer a counterbalance to the government's authoritarian powers, many Chinese are ambivalent about the forces of Westernization and marketization and the rapidly growing gap between rich and poor.
Research Article| September 01 2005
Made in the P.R.C.: China's Consumer Revolution
Current History (2005) 104 (683): 272–277.
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Amy Hanser; Made in the P.R.C.: China's Consumer Revolution. Current History 1 September 2005; 104 (683): 272–277. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2005.104.683.272
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