Peasant Nationalism and Communist Power: The Emergence of Revolutionary China, 1937-1945

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Stanford University Press, 1962 - History - 256 pages
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Mr. Johnson's research on the Chinese Communists' wartime expansion, according to the documentation recorded by Japanese intelligence and his comparison of it with that of the Yugoslav Communists, is a pathbreaking work in comparative history.--John K. Fairbank.

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ONE Peasant Nationalism in China i
TWO The Japanese Role in Peasant Mobilization
THREE The Communist Army
FOUR The Growth of CommunistControlled Territory
FIVE The New Fourth Army and the North Kiangsu Base
SEVEN Communism in the Service of the NationState

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Chalmers Johnson, president of the Japan Policy Research Institute & professor emeritus at the University of California, San Diego, has written numerous books on Japan & Asia including his classic "Miti & the Japanese Miracle" & "Japan: Who Governs?" He lives near San Diego.

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