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Chinese Communist Party biscriptalism

Hard core communist journal for Party members gets hip with English in the title of an article: "@????:  ??get????????!" (Qiúshì ?? ["Seeking Truth"], 2018, #3) I will translate and explicate the title fully below.  For the moment, it needs to be emphasized that this article was published in the CCP's leading theoretical journal, Qiúshì ?? […]
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