Education and Enrichment for Everyone: Authoritarian Evolution - How Commercialization and the Internet Are Fragmenting the Chinese Public Sphere

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Orion Lewis, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Middlebury College, discusses the impacts of both commercialization and the internet in Chinese public life.

Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more information visit

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