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date: 20 June 2019

Antidrug Campaigns Dàguīmó sǎodú yùndòng 大规模扫毒运动‎ 

Source:
Berkshire Encyclopedia of China
Author(s):
Joyce A. MadancyJoyce A. MADANCY

Chinese regimes from the Qing (1644–1912) to the People’s Republic have struggled to control problems with drugs, most notably opium, a particularly complex issue intertwined with Chinese politics and perceptions of the nation’s social and economic health and advancement. Despite campaigns against opium, eliminating it has proved as elusive for China as it has for most of the rest of the world. ...

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