China Constitution

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China's constitution is full of ideological contradictions, but the government has planned to revise its constitution in the coming months. Although activists hope the upcoming meetings will bring substantial changes, legislators are more cautious about sweeping constitutional reform. Anthony Kuhn reports from Beijing.

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