New Perspectives on State Socialism in China

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Timothy Cheek, Tony Saich
M.E. Sharpe, 30 avr. 1997
Placing Chinese Community Party history in the realm of social history and comparative politics, this text studies the roots of the policy failures of the late Maoist period and the tenacity of the CCP.
 

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The Making and Breaking of the PartyState in China
3
STUDIES
21
Mechanisms of Control
23
The United Front Redefined for the PartyState A Case Study of Transition and Legitimation
51
The Mechanics of State Propaganda The Peoples Republic of China and the Soviet Union in the 1950s
76
Building the PartyState in China 19491965 Bringing the Soldier Back In
125
Contradictions in Practice
151
Localism Central Policy and the Provincial Purges of 19571958 The Case of Zhejiang
191
Uncertain Legacies of Revolution
303
Newly Available Sources on CCP History from the Peoples Republic of China
323
Interviews on Party History
339
Mendacity and Veracity in the Recent Chinese Communist Memoir Literature
354
The National Defense Universitys Teaching Reference Materials
359
Researching Chinas Provinces
364
Annotated Bibliography of Selected Sources in this Volume
368
Index
397

Shanghais Strike Wave of 1957
234
Surviving the Great Leap Famine The Struggle over Rural Policy 19581962
262

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