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Part Three Democratic Reform in Tibet

Extensive democratic reforms banished the obsolete and corrupt theocratic system of feudal serfdom, and emancipated productivity. Millions of serfs and slaves in the region were thus no longer chattel for trade and barter, but masters of their own fate and of the nation. The Tibet Autonomous Region was formally established in September 1965, marking an epoch-making change in Tibetan history and great progress in China' s human rights.


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