Revolutionary Immortality: Mao Tse-tung and the Chinese Cultural Revolution, Robert Jay Lifton
Chinese Communism in Crisis: Maoism and the Cultural Revolution, Jack Gray and Patrick Cavendish
Communist China, 1949-1969: A Twenty-Year Appraisal, Frank N. Trager and William Henderson ; Party Leadership and Revolutionary Power in China, John Wilson Lewis ; China's World: The Foreign Policy of a Developing State, J. D. Simmonds ; Revolution and Chinese Foreign Policy: Peking's Support for Wars of National Liberation, Peter Van Ness ; Mao, Philippe Devillers and Tony White ; The Protracted Game: A Wei-ch'i Interpretation of Maoist Revolutionary Strategy, Scott A. Boorman Reviewed by Chün-Tu Hsüeh
China: The People's Middle Kingdom and the U. S. A, John K. Fairbank ; China: The Other Communism, K. S. Karol, Tom Baistow and Marc Riboud ; The Red Guard: A Report on Mao's Revolution, Erik J. Friis and Hans Granquist ; The Chinese Communist Army in Action: The Korean War and its Aftermath, Alexander L. George ; The Chinese People's Liberation Army, Samuel B. Griffith Reviewed by Chün-Tu Hsüeh
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