The Individual and the State in China
Brian Hook, Professor of East Asian Studies Brian Hook
Clarendon Press, 1996 - Political Science - 231 pages
One of the most interesting questions in China studies today is the effect that the opening up of the country economically will have on the individual rights and freedoms of the population. This volume addresses that issue by considering recent changes in the relations of the state and severalgroups in the populationDSrural peasants, manual workers, the military, the intellectual community, and the youth of China. With distinguished contributors, this coherent and comprehensive volume should become an essential reference work for academics and students.
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