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China Under Mao

A Revolution Derailed

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$29.95 • £23.95 • €27.00

ISBN 9780674975491

Publication Date: 03/20/2017

Text

440 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

19 halftones, 14 graphs, 6 tables

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  • Illustrations*
  • Preface
  • 1. Funeral
  • 2. From Movement to Regime
  • 3. Rural Revolution
  • 4. Urban Revolution
  • 5. The Socialist Economy
  • 6. The Evolving Party System
  • 7. Thaw and Backlash
  • 8. Great Leap
  • 9. Toward the Cultural Revolution
  • 10. Fractured Rebellion
  • 11. Collapse and Division
  • 12. Military Rule
  • 13. Discord and Dissent
  • 14. The Mao Era in Retrospect
  • Notes
  • References
  • Index
  • * Illustrations
    • 1. Mao Zedong, Yan’an, 1937–1938
    • 2. National Day parade, Mao images, Beijing, 1949
    • 3. Land reform tribunal, Guangdong, 1952
    • 4. Execution during land reform, Fukang, 1952
    • 5. Mao and Khrushchev, Beijing, 1958
    • 6. Socialist Education Movement denunciation meeting, 1965
    • 7. Wall posters at Peking University, 1966
    • 8. Mao and Red Guards, August 18, 1966
    • 9. Mao and Lin Biao, Tiananmen Square, August 31, 1966
    • 10. Zhou Enlai and Central Cultural Revolution Group, 1967
    • 11. Struggle session, Harbin party secretary, August 26, 1966
    • 12. Struggle session, wife of Heilongjiang governor, August 29, 1966
    • 13. Execution grounds, cleansing campaign, Harbin, April 1968
    • 14. Kneeling at execution grounds, Harbin, April 1968
    • 15. Burning buildings, Nanning, July 1968
    • 16. Mass surrender of April 22 fighters, Nanning, August 1968
    • 17. Summary executions of April 22 fighters, Nanning, August 1968
    • 18. Wreaths for Zhou Enlai at Tiananmen Square, April 4, 1976
    • 19. Tiananmen Square protests, April 4, 1976

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