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The Cultural Revolution in China

An Annotated Bibliography, 1st Edition

By James C.F. Wang


244 pages

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The Cultural Revolution in China generated a cascade of commentaries and interpretations on the development and meaning of the upheaval. Many students and researchers have found it difficult to locate and identify literature on the period. This bibliography, first published in 1976, corrects this situation. It lists all books, monographs and journal articles in English on the Cultural Revolution, each annotated to show its relevance – a vital reference source.

Table of Contents

1. Origin and Meaning of the Cultural Revolution 2. The Chinese Communist Party: Bureaucratism, Leadership Dissension and the Cadre Problem 3. The Red Guard and Youth Movement During the Cultural Revolution 4. The Role of the Military in the Cultural Revolution 5. The Revolutionary Committees in the Provinces 6. China’s Economy and the Cultural Revolution 7. Educational Reform, Science and Technology, Arts and Social Life 8. Foreign Policy and Foreign Policy-making During the Cultural Revolution 9. The Cultural Revolution and Its Aftermath

About the Author

James C.F. Wang

About the Series

Routledge Library Editions: China Under Mao

This 13-volume collection of previously out-of-print titles reissues some key works in the study of Mao Zedong’s huge influence on China – its politics, economics and development into the power that it is today. Foreign policy, the Cultural Revolution, the fate of opponents, Chinese Marxist thought – all are covered here, and more, in this essential reference resource.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Regional Studies