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by William Joseph,Christin Wong,David Zweig

eBook New Perspectives on the Cultural Revolution (Harvard Contemporary China Series, 8) epub
  • ISBN: 0674617584
  • Author: William Joseph,Christin Wong,David Zweig
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Asia
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harvard University Asia Center (February 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 365 pages
  • ePUB size: 1713 kb
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Since the Cultural Revolution, data have been uncovered to illuminate that tumultuous decade.

Series: Harvard Contemporary China Series. Since the Cultural Revolution, data have been uncovered to illuminate that tumultuous decade. In this volume 13 scholars examine the gap between the ideology of the Revolution and the harsh and contradictory reality of its outcome. While mainstream scholarship on the Cultural Revolution has long argued that this political eruption in China had only a minimal impact on the countryside,¹ Mao’s radical vision of carrying out a great leap into communism was one of the driving forces behind agricultural policy during the decade of the CR.

Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, Contemporary China Series, No. 8, 1991.

Since the Cultural Revolution, data have been uncovered to illuminate that tumultuous decade. They focus particularly on the violence, coercion, and constant tension between the need for centralization to enforce policies and the need fo Since the Cultural Revolution, data have been uncovered to illuminate that tumultuous decade.

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White III, "Local autonomy in China during the Cultural Revolution: the theoretical uses of an atypical case . See Keith Forster, "Factional politics in Zhejiang, 1973-1976" in Joseph et a. New Perspectives on the Cultural Revolution, p. 108.

See Keith Forster, "Factional politics in Zhejiang, 1973-1976" in Joseph et a.

Author William A. Joseph. Pages 366. Year of production 1991. They focus particularly on the violence, coercion, and constant tension between the need for centralization to enforce policies and the need for decentralizing decision-making if those goals were to be achieved.

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Joseph, William . Wong, Christine, Zweig, David. Council on East Asian Studies/Harvard University, Distributed by Harvard University Press.

Since the Cultural Revolution, data have been uncovered to illuminate that tumultuous decade

Since the Cultural Revolution, data have been uncovered to illuminate that tumultuous decade.

Since the Cultural Revolution, data have been uncovered to illuminate that tumultuous decade. In this volume 13 scholars examine the gap between the ideology of the Revolution and the harsh and contradictory reality of its outcome. They focus particularly on the violence, coercion, and constant tension between the need for centralization to enforce policies and the need for decentralizing decision-making if those goals were to be achieved.
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