China During the Cultural Revolution, 1966-1976: A Selected by Tony H. Chang

By Tony H. Chang

One of the main tumultuous sessions in glossy chinese language background, the Cultural Revolution affected almost all chinese language humans and all points of chinese language existence, together with artwork, tune and drama, schooling, manufacturing unit administration, financial making plans, and remedy. stories of the Cultural Revolution, in either chinese language and Western languages, have burgeoned during the last 3 a long time. This complete, easy-to-use bibliography offers a consultant to released English-language resources at the Cultural Revolution. With over 1000 entries, it contains books, monographs, dissertations, and audio-visual fabrics on a wide diversity of themes from the army, schooling, faith, and economics to international kin, inhabitants, artwork, literature, and drama.

Including titles released in the course of the finish of 1997 and some in 1998, the e-book offers a normal evaluate of the literature at the chinese language Cultural Revolution and its influence on China. Its scope and insurance make it an invaluable source for any library whose readers be interested in glossy chinese language history.

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151 p. An abridged translated version of the author's essay originally published in the special issue no. 2 (Dec. 1980) of Ren min zhi sheng (People's Voice). Three major themes were discussed in the book: why there were two diametrically opposed factions; moral evaluation; and sorting out the complex relationship between the political elite and the populace during the chaos. 120. Liu, Judith. Life out of balance : the Chinese cultural revolution and modernization. ). University of California, San Diego, 1985.

191 p. 292. Chinese communism in the 1970's. , 1978. 209 p. Includes eight papers presented to the 7th Sino-American Conference on Mainland China held in Taipei in 1978. 293. Commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Communist Party of China. Peking : China Reconstructs, 1971. 18 p. An editorial of Renmin Ribao, Hongqi, and Jiefangjun Bao. 294. Communists should be the advanced elements of the proletariat : in commemoration of the 49th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China. Peking : Foreign Languages Press, 1970.

186 p. 310. Mao Zedong. S. aggressors and all their running dogs : statement of May 20, 1970. Peking : Foreign Languages Press, 1970. 8 p. 311. Meng Te-Sheng. The anti-Confucian movement in the People's Republic of China, 1966-1974. ). St. John's University, 1980. 221 leaves. 312. Meng Te-Sheng. Chinese communism vs. Confucianism (1966-1974) : an historical and critical study. New York : Free Men Magazine, 1980. 219 p. 313. Payne, Robert. A rage for China. New York : Holt, 1977. 276 p. A description of major events in 1976-77, the denunciations of Jiang Qing and the Gang of Four on posts, newspapers, and in meetings.

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