||After CCP established its political power in 1949, they still follow Lenin style of Communism. How CCP can combat the successive collapse of Communism regimes all over the world in the early 1990’s, and become the biggest communism on earth? How could Mainland China become the regional leading power in 21st century which attracts the greatest amount of foreign investment, and continuously maintain economic power growth in twenty years?|
In 2001, The “Three Represents Theory”, proposed by Jiang Zemin, is suited to access that if CCP can truly start its political reform. In order to find the joint of CCP’s original theory and national development, CCP make a vital theoretical correction of its ideological disciplines which maintain the governance legitimacy of CCP regime. The attempt of this research is try to solve the questions listed below:
1. Nowadays, in the few remainders of communist regimes, CCP is the biggest. Could CCP resist universal current of democracy and liberty, and maintain its way to practice party autocracy in Mainland China?
2. What’s the concept and influence of Jiang Zemin’s “Three Represents Theory”? What is its contradictory between CCP’s original theory and the “Three Represents Theory”? How “Three Represents” reconcile the contradictory in theoretical controversy?
3. The development of “Three Represents Theory” makes CCP start to validate the legitimacy of “capitalist class”; besides it broaden and safeguard the political participation of “private entrepreneur”. We’re trying to find out the development process of this aspect. “Three Represents” open a window for capitalist class’ political participation; what we want to know is that whether CCP can efficiently control the political participation of private entrepreneurs.
4. What’s the influence of “Three Represents Theory” in future political development? Is “Three Represents theory” the starting point of the political reform in Mainland China? Or it is just “Jiang Zemin’s personal performance” as the razzle-dazzle fireworks before his retirement?