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Introduction - The Chinese Communist Party: A 100-Year Trajectory

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The small grouping of intellectuals who gathered in July 1921 in the French concession of Shanghai has magnified into one of the largest and most formidable political parties in history. Created with fewer than 60 members, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) now numbers more than 95 million. From a revolutionary party that emerged in the aftermath of the collapse of the Chinese Empire and World War I, it became, in 1949, a political regime in its own right, a party-state dominating the world’s most populous country. Almost every aspect of Chinese people’s lives has changed under the Party’s rule, and its influence is now global.
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Jérôme Doyon, Chloé Froissart. Introduction - The Chinese Communist Party: A 100-Year Trajectory. Jérôme Doyon; Chloé Froissart. The Chinese Communist Party: A 100-Year Trajectory, ANU Press, pp.1-14, 2024, 9781760466237. ⟨10.22459/CCP.2024⟩. ⟨hal-04428176⟩
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