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China has been relatively free from the complex web of interdependencies which characterise the external relations of other great powers. In Mao's day the PRC not only avoided imposing dependencies on others, but after the break with the Russians it strenuously eschewed policies which would have made China dependent on others, either. The extent to which this may be said to have been changed by Mao's successors will be examined in part two of this book. Given the relative insularity of Chinese society there was little reason for arguments about foreign policy to percolate very far down from the top leadership.
Although the available evidence is internally consistent and it was repeated and expanded at the major trial in Peking in the winter of 1980-81 of the 'Lin Biao Clique' and the 'Gang of Four', there is no independent confirmation. The official version of the Lin Biao affair has always excluded all reference to the foreign policy dispute. Contemporary Chinese publications suggest that Lin strenuously opposed the new directions in foreign policy, preferring instead to continue the Cultural Revolution line which sought unity with oppressed and revolutionary peoples.
The provision of substantial Soviet aid was a consequence of China's increased independence and greater political leverage in Moscow. Sino-Soviet economic relations were a product of their political and strategic relationship rather than vice-versa. If in the middle fifties Mao was irked by the slavish imitations of Soviet practices and institutions in China, it was not because these had been imposed on his countrymen from the outset, but rather because they so readily and voluntarily submitted themselves to the foreign orthodoxy to the neglect of their own revolutionary traditions and sense of independence.