The claws of the dragon: Kang Sheng, the evil genius behind Mao and his legacy of terror in People's China

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Simon & Schuster, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 560 pages
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A biography of Kang Sheng, the man who manipulated Mao and created the legacy of tyrannical cruelty that continues to exist in China

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This book will give you an excellent insight into the true terror of Mao's reign in China. During a visit to Beijing, I was able to visit the former home of Kang Sheng, which had been turned into a ... Read full review

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Kang was China's equivalent to the Soviet Union's Beria, internal security chief and master spy. By the nature of his work--political intrigue, assassination, murder--the covert life of a man like ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments 5
15
CAUGHT BETWEEN TWO WORLDS
31
Shanghai Haven for Revolutionaries
51
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

ROBERT PACK has published fifteen volumes of his own poetry and is Middlebury College Professor Emeritus of Literature and Creative Writing. Currently, he is teaching in the Honors College of the University of Montana in Missoula. He and Jay Parini have edited eight poetry anthologies for UPNE, the most recent of which is Contemporary Poetry of New England (2002).

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