Workers and Workplaces in Revolutionary China collates documents detailing the conflict and politics of Chinese industrial development in the 1970s. Originally published in 1974, issues discussed in this volume include socialism, the harbour docks in china and tobacco factory workers. This title will be of interest to students of Asian studies, anthropology and politics.
Preface; Introduction; 1. Changes at the Shanghai Harbor Docks 2. Excerpts from Historical Materials on the South Seas Brothers Tobacco Factory; 3. Five Docmuments on Revolutionary Management and Development 4. On the Management of Socialist Enterprises 5. Two Documents on Workers’ Participation in Management on the Shanghai Harbor Docks in the 1970s; About the Editor
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