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Thursday, June 9, 2011

'Red song' campaign in China strikes some false notes

What I find more interesting is:

Political Jockeying - Mao is being used to help candidates for high political office as well as hitting the nationalism response.

Abilty to use masses of people for activities (volunteer, with no choice not to volunteer)

Subtle ways attempted to control society (temp. banning of Taiwan love songs in Karoke places as an example).

'Red song' campaign in China strikes some false notes - LA Times

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