China's Future: Foreign Policy and Economic Development in the Post-Mao Era, Allen S. Whiting and Robert F. Dernberger
Rise of the Red Engineers: The Cultural Revolution and the Origins of China's New Class, Joel Andreas Reviewed by Thomas P. Bernstein
Modern Revolution: Social Change and Cultural Continuity in Czechoslovakia and China, Daniel Brook Reviewed by Thomas P. Bernstein
The First Years of Yangyi Commune, Isabel Crook and David Crook Reviewed by Thomas P. Bernstein
The Chinese Model: A Political, Economic, and Social Survey, Werner Klatt Reviewed by Thomas P. Bernstein
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