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Harald Ragnarsson Donating Member (366 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Mar-11-06 11:22 AM
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8. Nope, I think you pretty much nailed it n/t
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  -How/When did China go from Communism to Capitalism? NAO  Mar-11-06 07:02 AM   #0 
  - By doing all our work and making all our products for us nt  Minnesota Libra   Mar-11-06 07:03 AM   #1 
  - Deng Xiaoping  Skinner   Mar-11-06 07:05 AM   #2 
  - @1980. Right around the time we went from democracy to colony  leveymg   Mar-11-06 07:11 AM   #3 
  - I've thought the same thing for a while.  TransitJohn   Mar-11-06 08:30 AM   #7 
  - Nope, I think you pretty much nailed it n/t  Harald Ragnarsson   Mar-11-06 11:22 AM   #8 
  - When they had a customer that would buy the rope to hang themselves.  Neshanic   Mar-11-06 07:11 AM   #4 
  - When the boys running the show  hobbit709   Mar-11-06 07:12 AM   #5 
  - Once Nixon re-established positive ties with Mao Tse-Tung in 1972  file83   Mar-11-06 07:48 AM   #6 
  - From communism to mercantilism  Joanne98   Mar-11-06 11:26 AM   #9 
  - It is cheaper to feed the people thru State Sponsored Capitalism  JunkYardDogg   Mar-11-06 03:52 PM   #10 
  - Socialism with Chinese Characteristics  Nutmegger   Mar-11-06 04:01 PM   #11 
 

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