China After Mao

China After Mao

With Selected Documents

eBook - 1967
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Princeton University Press

One of America's leading authorities on China outlines and assesses the implications of the inevitable passing of Mao Tse-tung and the older generation of revolutionary leaders from their position of command in China. Describing the mid-1960’s as "a transitional period of great historic significance," the author outlines the basic unsolved problems and unresolved issues that face Peking’s leaders, speculates on future changes in Chinese Communist leadership and policies. Part Il of the book presents documents pertinent to the developing crisis in China, including “Khrushchev’s Phoney Communism,” Lin Piao’s “Long Live the Victory of the People’s War,” and “Great Cultural Revolution.” China After Mao is based on the Walter E. Edge lectures given at Princeton University in October 1966.

Originally published in 1967.

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Publisher: Princeton, N.J. :, Princeton University Press,, 1967
Copyright Date: Ă1967
ISBN: 9781400874606
1400874602
9780691623467
0691623465
Characteristics: 1 online resource (287 pages)

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