Mao Tse-tung's Leadership Style
Lucian W. Pye describes Mao Tse-tung's operational code and advances a theory about the psychological roots of charismatic authority. Mao's leadership style reveals not only what he himself has called his part "tiger" and part "monkey" nature, but also an intuitive understanding of the emotional linkage between the narcissism of the leader and the need for dependency of followers.
Human Rights in Contemporary China, Louis Henkin, ANDREW J. NATHAN and R. Randle Edwards Reviewed by Lucian W. Pye
China's Foreign Relations in the 1980s, Harry Harding, ed. Reviewed by Lucian W. Pye
Lyndon Johnson and the American Dream, Doris Kearns Reviewed by Lucian W. Pye
The Nadars of Tamilnad: The Political Culture of a Community in Change, Robert L. Hardgrave Reviewed by Lucian W. Pyemore by this author
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