Here’s how dead the actual ideology of Communism is in China:

Communist China is changing its constitution to embrace the most basic tenet of capitalism, protecting private property rights for the first time since the 1949 revolution….It signals a kind of a victory for people who believe that the state should give more respect to private property. Legally speaking, I don’t think it’ll change much,” said Donald C. Clarke, a professor at the University of Washington’s School of Law in Seattle. [Yahoo News]

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