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From “a moderately prosperous society” to “building a modern socialist country in an all-round way”

International Social Science Journal (Chinese Edition)

No.1, 2022

 

From “a moderately prosperous society” to “building a modern socialist country in an all-round way”

(Abstract)

 

Zhang Yi

 

Since China began its reform and opening up, significant changes have taken place in the society. Efforts to build “a moderately prosperous society” phase by phase, a phrase evolving from a proposition to a strategy for national development, then to “building it in an all-round way,” to “accomplishing it in all respects,” giving impetus to China’s grand take-off from “Stand up” to “Get rich” and then to “Get stronger,” which reaches “the first Century Goal,” and creating “two big miracles: rapid economic growth and long-term social stability” in the world. After “a moderately prosperous society” was accomplished in all respects, China began its new expedition to “build a modern socialist country in an all-round way,” and designed a “two-steps” developmental strategy as a solid base in both theory and practice for its effort to reach “the second Century Goal”.