Tiananmen Square massacre casts a long shadow over modern Chinese politics

Friday marked the 32nd anniversary of the massacre in Tiananmen Square, where hundreds and perhaps thousands of people were killed by the Chinese government amid a Democratic protest movement. But many Chinese know nothing of what happened that day. Nick Schifrin spoke with a former senior-ranking member of the school where China’s Communist Party leaders are educated to learn more.

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