Originally published in 1976, Lieberthal collated notes from Central Party, government and military meetings on a national level in China between 1949 and 1975 to create this guide to Chinese policymaking. This guide provides insight into issues such as the representation of important meetings in the media, how policies are made and how policy-making in China has varied over time. This title will be of interest to students of Asian Studies and International Politics.
Foreword; Abbreviations; 1. Introduction 2. Meeting Summaries, 1949- 1975 3. Key to Categories in Meeting Summaries 4. Reference Bibliography 5. Appendices 6. Index to Meeting Summaries
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