China is Purging Celebrities and Tech Billionaires. But the Problem is Bigger than 'Sissy Men'

The Los Angeles Times writes about China's new "common prosperity" campaign to narrow the gap between rich and poor. However Scott Rozelle doesn't think "any of these policies that they’re doing are addressing the real underlying issues.” Rozelle says they need to invest in rural education so that workers can move into higher-skill jobs.
Handheld Chinese flag in front of a government building in Beijing, China.