A persistent concern of the Chinese Communist Party, addressed by many writers, is their ability to maintain order and perpetuate their rule, called most strongly into questionin 1989 by Tianenmen Square. A strong and growing China is not one ruled by a corrupt communist party. Ironically, nobody knows this better than the workers.
Focused on expanding liberal democracy and individual material well-being in the twenty-first century through: 1) Drawing attention to the world's fastest-growing superpower China, its repressive government, and its international strategy. 2) Emphasizing the rational and moral basis of democracy and free markets.