Coming Alive: China After Mao

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McGraw-Hill, 1981 - Political Science - 458 pages
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Discusses the social and political developments in China since the deaths of Chairman Mao and Zhou Enlai, as China struggles to evolve a new system free from the constraints of Sovietstyle totalitarianism

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Funeral with Thunderclouds
7
From Party Leader
25
The Making and Unmaking
43
Copyright

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