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By William Marshall McKeeman, James J. Horning, David B. Wortman

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Unlike other southern states that adopted Confederate symbols only in the 1950s and 1960s to protest against desegregation, their flag dates back to 1894. Against this, the cause of the referendum was a decision last May by the Mississippi Supreme Court that the state technically has no flag, because the 1894 design was left out when the state code was updated in 1906. And, ever since the civil-rights era, the Confederate flag has taken on a new, post-civil-war symbolism in the South: revered by conservative whites, detested by blacks.

Gone are the days when a Chinese leader could establish foreign policy without reference to public opinion or the political establishment. It was possible, despite the anti-American fervour of the Cultural Revolution, for Chairman Mao Zedong to extend the hand of friendship to Richard Nixon, and in the early 1990s for Deng Xiaoping to establish ties with Eastern Europe’s new anti-communist leaders, ignoring pressure from party hardliners to engage in polemics. But President Jiang is not a dictator in the mould of Mao or even Deng.

All rights reserved. Time to forgive the sinners in China Apr 19th 2001 | BEIJING From The Economist print edition BOTH China and the Roman Catholic church have much to gain from patching up their differences. But where to start? Ren Yanli, head of a Chinese government think-tank called the Centre for Christianity Studies, touches on the subject in the latest issue of Heartland, an independent quarterly published in Italy. “It is of great necessity”, he writes, “for the Roman Curia to make repentant self-reflections over its antagonistic actions to Chinese people” during the 1930s and 1940s, when China was at war with Japan.

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