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here2 herehereChapter 6: The Big Cycle of China and Its Currency2020-10-09Journal\[2\] John Wang, Tso-chuan, in The Indiana Companion to Traditional Literature, 805. \[3\] I’d like to thank Kevin Rudd, former Prime Minister of Australia and current President of the Asia Society Policy Institute, for pointing me to these books and helping me understand Chinese politics. \[4\] Because China has a population about four times the US population it only takes an income of half as much per capita to have twice as much in total.  There is nothing that I can see that stands in the way of China and the US having comparable per capita incomes with time, which would make China four times the size. Continue reading…