Turmoil in Hong Kong on the Eve of Communist Rule: The Fate of the Territory and Its Anglican Church
Scrutinizes the potential for freedom of religion in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China, in light of the Beijing-promulgated Basic Law, Hong Kong's future miniconstitution.
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