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date: 18 June 2019

Anti-Spiritual Pollution Campaign Fǎnjīngshén Wūrǎn Yùndòng 反精神污染运动‎ 

Source:
Berkshire Encyclopedia of China
Author(s):
Richard LevyRichard LEVY

The Anti-Spiritual Pollution Campaign, waged against corrupt and bourgeois ideological influences in Chinese society, took place in the autumn of1983. Within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which had largely marginalized the factions of its late leader,Mao Zedong, this campaign was part of a struggle between reformers and conservatives, the latter being critical of some aspects of post-Mao policies of the CCP. ...

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