By Summer Research Institute on Algebraic Geometry, Spencer J. Bloch, C. Herbert Clemens
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In 2004, 892 foundations were registered, compared with 1268 in 2002. In actuality, during this same period, China’s foundations were also enveloped in an unprecedented swell of large-scale, public fundraising. As discussed above, the development of China’s foundations began with the Reform and Opening. Through the 1980s, the larger public welfare foundations, like the China Children and Teenager’s Fund and the China Welfare Fund for the Handicapped, were all engaged in vigorous attempts to access mass resources, using broad social mobilization to conduct public fundraising and amass resources to launch public welfare services and social relief work.
Although China’s party-government system, faced with the “setting right” at the beginning of the Reform and Opening, was completely different, in political terms, from the “failed” government in public choice theory; still, as the provider of public services and goods and the entity responsible for public administration, it was otherwise exactly the same. Precisely because it had implemented “class struggle” and “continuous revolution under the proletariat dictatorship”, which disturbed the natural, democratic order of the party and national political the development of civil organizations 35 life and resulted in dogmatism and the policy of “the two whatevers”49, the party-government system, which guided public resources and almost all of society’s resources, did in fact fall into a complete “failure”.
Fourth, an excess of social groups were registered with overlapping services, making appropriations at will or under false pretenses, all of which burdened local governments and enterprises. Furthermore, some “friendship” social groups grew rapidly, evolving into interest groups which impacted normal socialist economic activities and work arrangements. For a more detailed explanation, please consult the Appendix. 38 Regarding this process, Figure 3 offers a more visual representation. 39 《国务院办公厅转发民政部关于清理整顿社会团体意见的通知》/guo wu yuan ban gong ting zhuan fa min zheng bu guan yu qing li zheng dun she hui tuan ti yi jian de tong zhi, guo ban fa document .