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Power versus Law in Modern ChinaCities, Courts, and the Communist Party$
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Qiang Fang and Xiaobing Li

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780813173931

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: May 2018

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813173931.001.0001

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Wuhan’s Showdown at the Supreme Court

Wuhan’s Showdown at the Supreme Court

(p.79) 3 Wuhan’s Showdown at the Supreme Court
Power versus Law in Modern China

Qiang Fang

Xiaobing Li

University Press of Kentucky

Chapter three continues the discussion of the case at the Supreme Court in 2002. Not surprisingly, the Supreme Court swiftly dismissed the lawsuit. The chapter also looks at the many just and natural resistances practiced by Waitan Garden residents to safeguard their licit homes. After all their efforts ended in vain, these staunch defenders finally realized that the CCP local government had gained full control of their city, and that the Party was too powerful in China for the law to win.

Keywords:   individual complaints, natural resistance, the Supreme Court

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