A Powerful Government: the Basic Need for China’s Social Transformation

Xiaoyang WEI


Ever since the thirty years of reform and opening up, the socialist modernization of China has entered a crucial stage, during which a variety of complex conflicts of interest are bound to affect its social and political stability, thus endangering China’s modernization drive. Combined with China’s actual national conditions and based on the successful experience of other countries in terms of modernization, China’s social transformation needs a strong government, with the assistance of which to ensure the whole society to run smoothly and orderly. Therefore, the basic mission of a strong government is to foster a favorable environment for China’s socialist modernization through bringing the governmental functions into an effective play.


Powerful government; Modernization; Social transformation; Governmental functions

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