Behind The Tiananmen Massacre: Social, Political, And Economic Ferment In China
A description of the rapidly changing socio-economic and political conditions that led to public demonstrations and bloody repression in Beijing in the spring of 1989. Juxtaposing recent economic programmes against China's egilatarian tradition, the author shows how political unrest developed.
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