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PART I POWER OF RULING 1 Chapter 1 3 Legitimacy Crisis, Political Economy, and the Fifteenth Party Congress Chapter 2 27 From the July 1 Speech to the Sixteenth Party Congress: Ideology, Party Construction, and Leadership Transition Chapter 3 49 Checks and Balances with Chinese Characteristics: Transitional Structures of Political Power in the Jiang Zemin Era Chapter 4 96 The Return of Ideology: Struggling to Organize Politics During Socio-Economic Transitions PART II POWER OF COMMUNICATING 97 Chapter 5 99 "Documentary Politics": Hypotheses, Process, and Case Studies Chapter 6 116 Command Communication: The Politics of Editorial Formulation in the People's Daily Chapter 7 139 One Head, Many Mouths: Diversifying Press Structures in Reform China PART III POWER IN CHANGING 163 Chapter 8 165 The Dilemmas of Participation in Political Reform of China, 1986-1988 Chapter 9 181 Making Entrepreneurship Work for Socialism? Institutional Changes of State-Enterprise Relations in Reform China Chapter 10 206 Personnel Control, Provincial Autonomy, and Flux of Political Localism Chapter 11 232 From Partial Liberty to Minimal Democracy: The Political Agenda of Post-Reform China in Debate PART IV POWER VERSUS POWER: THE 253 POLITICS OF SINO-U.S. RELATIONS Chapter 12 255 Conducting Dialogue Under Strategic Conflict: Sino-American Relations in Flux Chapter 13 284 Conflicts Intensify, Dialogue Continues: Sino-American Relations into the New Century Chapter 14 318 Passions, Politics, and Politicians: Beijing Between Taipei and Washington Chapter 15 341 The Politics of an Interim Truce in the Taiwan Strait