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The Generalissimo's Son

Chiang Ching-kuo and the Revolutions in China and Taiwan

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$85.00 • £68.95 • €76.50

ISBN 9780674002876

Publication Date: 10/15/2000

Short

544 pages

6-1/4 x 9-1/4 inches

20 halftones, 1 table

World

  • Notes on Romanization of Chinese Names
  • Abbreviations
  • I. Revolution
    • 1. Upright Stone
    • 2. A Teachable Son
    • 3. Dreams of the Red Chamber
    • 4. Socialist Man
    • 5. Reunion and War
    • 6. The Kannan Model
    • 7. Dean and General
    • 8. Manchurian Candidate
    • 9. Defeat
    • 10. End Game
  • II. The Island
    • 1. An Unintended Consequence
    • 2. Secret Wars
    • 3. Family, Friends, Enemies
    • 4. Managing the Great Patron
    • 5. China Leaps Backward
    • 6. The Minister
    • 7. The Golden Cudgel
    • 8. The Premier
    • 9. Old Orders Passing
    • 10. The Divorce
    • 11. Riot and Trials
    • 12. Island and Mainland
    • 13. Successors, Brokers, Killers
    • 14. Building Consensus
    • 15. Breakthrough
    • 16. A Chinese Democracy
  • Epilogue
  • Appendix: Romanization Table
  • Notes
  • Index

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