was an article with 萨米尔·阿明 with a interesting part about the "socialistness" of the system in China.
It actually reminds one of what C.L.R. James's piece about "the dialectic of revolution" or something, minus the TrotAutism, about how revolutions achieve their objectives, flying past them, then recede but now carrying the progress from the completion of their objectives, with history progressing in this oscillatory fashion. And for the Chinese Revolution, that objective or whatever is the total reconfiguration of the relations of the peasantry, the most important gift of the Revolution. So from this article and others, perhaps also from Infrared videos, it can be figured, that is at the center of the communist project in the Chinese context and what is sustaining the project even with the multiple setbacks and gains after the CR.>>506>>507>>620>Infrared videos
Sorry, this probably is the rambling of someone who has not read enough theory to actually seriously comment on this, but it's a new way to think about, at least personally, the Chinese Revolution and other revolutions.
Whatever other things can be said about them, they've got some interviewees that are quite dope.
PDFs cannot be uploaded yet?