Xi Jinping wants to become the world's most powerful leader. To
succeed, he must balance Mao's Little Red Book with the Analects of
Confucius, and more. For Xi, the task ahead of China is to preserve
the guiding ideology of Marxism, while challenging mistaken credos
like neoliberalism, constitutional democracy, and 'universal
values'. China must have total faith in its own brand of socialism,
blended meaningfully with Chinese tradition. And this system must
revolve around one man--around Xi and 'Xi-ism'. Francois Bougon's
compelling biography exposes the historical, philosophical,
political and personal narratives that Xi has skilfully woven
together to create a superpower in his own image. Is Xi's China a
land of 'new market totalitarianism'? Will this be the price of the
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