|Title||China’s long march toward democracy|
|Year of Publication||1992|
BY FOR the first time since June 4, 1989, China is back in the public eye. The Beijing massacre in Tiananmen Square doused the goodwill of most Canadians and we turned our eyes elsewhere. But when China tossed MPs Beryl Gaffney, Svend Robinson and Geoff Scott out of the country last month, it stirred Canadians into thinking again about what the Chinese government has done, and how we should respond.