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Chinese Communist policies toward the Chinese intelligentsia, 1949-1963.

Dennis J. Doolin

Chinese Communist policies toward the Chinese intelligentsia, 1949-1963.

by Dennis J. Doolin

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Published in [Stanford, Calif .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Chung-kuo kung chʻang tang,
  • China -- Intellectual life.,
  • China -- Politics and government.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 242 p.
    Number of Pages242
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18726187M

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      The impact of Communism on the twentieth century was massive, equal to that of the two world wars. Until the fall of the Soviet Union in , historians knew relatively little about the secretive world of communist states and parties. Since then, the opening of state, party, and diplomatic archives of the former Eastern Bloc has released a flood of new documentation.   " 1. There are a few important works that examine China’s foreign policy in the s and its policy toward the United States specifically, see Li Jie, “Changes in China’s Domestic Situation in the s and Sino-U.S. Relations,” in Re-examining the Cold War: U.S.-China Diplomacy, –, ed. Robert S. Ross and Jiang Changbin (Cambridge, MA, ), –; Jian Chen, Mao’s Author: Dong Wang.

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