First Published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an Informa company.
Prologue: Why Deng?; Like Father, Like Son (1904-1917); Bound for Abroad (1918-1920); French Capitalists make Chinese Communists (1921-1925); Russia and Beyond (1926-1929); Unfortunate Royal Commissioner (1929-1932); Bad Luck Turn into Good Fortune (1933-1936); Battlefield as "Safe Haven" (1937-1945); Battlefield as "Gold Mine" (1946-1949); The Lord of the Southwest (1950-1952); A Ladder of Official Success is Built from Shoulders of Victims (1953-1956); Exuberance after Consecutive Promotions (1957-1959); Fatigue after Leaping Forward (1960-1965); Bombardment from Within the General Headquarters (1966-1972); The Capitalist Roader on the Road (1973-1975); The Year of the Dragon (1976); Back to Power (1977-1980); The Summit of Name and Fame (1981-1984); Unsuccessful Successors (1985-1988); Bloodshed at the Gate of Heavenly Peace (1989); Retirement or Not? (1990-1993); Supreme Maturity (1994-1996); Epilogue - Communist China With or Without Him.