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INTRODUCTION
1. The Emergence of Modern China
3. The Disaster of 1927
4. The Turn to the Countryside
5. The Chinese Soviet Republic and the Long March: 1931-1935
6. The Yan’an heritage: 1935-1945
7. The United Front
8. The New Democratic Revolution
9. Mao and the Dialectic
10. Liberation: 1946-1949
11. Development and Bureaucratization: 1950-1956
12. The Crisis of De-Stalinization
13. The Hundred Flowers Campaign: 1956-1957
14. The Great Leap Forward: 1958-1962
15. The Great Famine
16. The Sino-Soviet Split and the Critique of Stalinism: 1960-1963
19. Red Guards in Beijing: 1966-1967
20. Dual Power in Shanghai: January 1967
21. The First Thermidor: February 1967
22. The “Wuhan incident” and Armed Struggle: 1967
23. “Whither China?” and the Ultra-Left: 1968
24. The Shanghai Textbook and Socialist Transition: 1975
25. Twilight of Possibility
26. Where Did Maoism Come From?
27. What Is Useful in Mao’s Politics Today?
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Bloom and Contend

Bloom and Contend

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Published by Michael Stauch
An analysis of the limitations of Maoist social and political thought.
An analysis of the limitations of Maoist social and political thought.

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Published by: Michael Stauch on Dec 31, 2013
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