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For example, as Ching Kwan Lee points out, large-scale layoffs of workers in state-owned enterprises in the 1990s were disproportionately directed against older women, while Fei-ling Wang underscores the discriminatory treatment of rural migrants to the city. Patricia Thornton notes the high rates of Falun Gong membership among elderly and laid-off workers, and Uradyn Bulag draws attention to the loss of Mongol autonomy within the reform framework. Sara Friedman shows how young people in the 1990s deﬁned ideals of progressive marriages in terms that resonated closely with earlier state-sponsored models of liberated socialist gender and family relations.
Resistance, revolution and China’s future Along with urbanization, commodiﬁcation, rising per capita incomes and remarkable afﬂuence for some, China’s reforms and their attendant economic growth have brought deepening social inequalities resulting in anxiety and anguish to many. What does this situation augur for the future of state–society relations? Is Chinese society a ticking time bomb, about to detonate the Communist state? Have the wide-ranging patterns of resistance and pressures for change from below generated a fundamental transformation in popular consciousness or in the state–society relationship?
Jiang Zemin’s strategy of divide and rule drew the attention of Deng Xiaoping. And after being tapped for central leadership during the 1989 protests, Jiang put this strategy to effective use in dealing with a wide range of potential challenges. g. Falun Gong and the China Democracy Party) that boast a socially and regionally diverse membership, or threaten to develop one. By contrast, it has shown considerable leniency toward conﬂicts—such as strikes by workers at a single factory or tax riots or environmental protests by farmers in a single village—that are more homogeneous in membership and locale.