Yesterday, page 1, the New York Times reported on revised history textbooks for high school seniors in China. In: “economics, technology, social customs and globalization.” Out: Socialism in general (“one short chapter”). Chinese communism before the 1979 economic revolution (“a sentence”). Mao (“only once—in a chapter on etiquette”).

A small thing? Or an incredible indicator of acceptance of change?

You be the judge …

Tom Peters posted this on September 2, 2006, in News.
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