North Korea Table of Contents
Baik, Bong. Minjok ui t'aeyang Kim Il Sung Changgun
     (General Kim Il Sung: The Sun of Our Nation), 1 and 2.
     P'yngyang: Inmin Ch'ulp'ansa, 1968.

------. Minjok ui t'aeyang Kim Il Sung Changgun (General
     Kim Il Sung: The Sun of Our Nation), 3. P'yngyang: Inmin
     Kwahaksa, 1971.

Bradbury, John. "Sino-Soviet Competition in North Korea," China
     Quarterly [London], No. 6, April-June 1961, 15-28.

Brun, Ellen, and Jacques Hersh. Socialist Korea: A Case Study
     in the Strategy of Economic Development. New York:
     Monthly Review Press, 1977.

Carrier, Fred J. North Korean Journey: The Revolution Against
     Colonialism. New York: International, 1975.

Chosn Minjujuui Inmin Konghwaguk Kwahagwon Yksa Yn'guso.
     Chosn t'ongsa. P'yngyang: Kwahagwn Ch'ulp'ansa,

Chosn Nodongdang Chungang Wiwnhoe. Tang Yksa Ton'guso.
     Chosn Nodongdang Yksa Kyojae. P'yngyang: Chosn
     Nodongdang Ch'ulp'ansa, 1964.

Choy, Bong-Youn. Korea: A History. Tokyo: Charles E.
     Tuttle, 1971.

Conroy, Francis Hilary. The Japanese Seizure of Korea,
     1868-1910: A Study of Realism and Idealism in International
     Relations. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania
     Press, 1960.

Cumings, Bruce. "Corporatism in North Korea," Journal of Korean
     Studies, 4, 1982-83, 269-94.

------. "Ending the Cold War in Korea," World Policy
     Journal, 1, Summer 1984, 769-91.

------. "Kim's Korean Communism," Problems of Communism,
     23, No. 2, March-April 1974, 27-41.

------. "North Korea: Security in the Crucible of Great-Power
     Confrontations." Pages 153-72 in Raju G.C. Thomas (ed.),
     The Great Power Triangle and Asian Security.
     Lexington, Massachusetts: Lexington Books, 1983.

------. "The Origins and Development of the Northeast Asian
     Political Economy: Industrial Sectors, Product Cycles, and
     Political Consequences," International Organization,
     38, Winter 1984, 1-40.

------. The Origins of the Korean War: Liberation and the
     Emergence of Separate Regimes, 1945-1947, 1. (Studies of
     the East Asian Institute.) New York: Columbia University
     Press, 1981.

------. The Origins of the Korean War: The Roaring of the
     Cataract, 1947-1950, 2. Princeton: Princeton University
     Press, 1990.

------. "Spring Thaw for Korea's Cold War?" Bulletin of the
     Atomic Scientists, 48, April 1992, 14-23.

------. "Trilateralism and the New World Order," World Policy
     Journal, 8, Spring 1991, 195-222.

------. "The Two Koreas: On the Road to Reunification?" Foreign
     Policy Association, No. 294, Fall 1990.

Cumings, Bruce (ed.). Child of Conflict: The Korean-American
     Relationship, 1943-1953. Seattle: University of
     Washington Press, 1983.

Eckert, Carter J. Offspring of Empire: The Koch'ang Kims and
     the Colonial Origins of Korean Capitalism, 1876-1945.
     Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1991.

Eckert, Carter J., Ki-baik Lee, Young Ick Lew, Michael Robinson,
     and Edward W. Wagner. Korea Old and New: A History.
     Seoul: Ilchokak for Korea Institute, Harvard University, 1990.

Foote, Rosemary. The Wrong War. Ithaca: Cornell University
     Press, 1986.

Grajdanzev, Andrew J. Modern Korea. New York: Institute of
     Pacific Relations, 1944.

Halliday, Jon, and Bruce Cumings. Korea: The Unknown War.
     New York: Pantheon, 1988.

Han, Woo-Keun. The History of Korea. Honolulu: East-West
     Center Press, 1972.

Harrison, Selig S. (ed.). Dialogue with North Korea.
     Washington: Carnegie Endowment, 1991.

Hatada, Takashi. A History of Korea. (Trans. and eds.,
     Warren W. Smith, Jr., and Benjamin H. Hazard.) Santa Barbara:
     American Bibliographical Center-Clio Press, 1969.

Henderson, Gregory, and Key P. Yang. "An Outline History of Korean
     Confucianism, Pt. 1: The Early Period and Yi Factionalism,"
     Journal of Asian Studies, 18, No. 1, November 1958,

Kim, Han-Kyo. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide.
     Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1980.

Kim, Ilpyong J. Communist Politics in North Korea. New
     York: Praeger, 1975.

Kim, San, with Nym Wales. Song of Ariran: A Korean Communist in
     the Chinese Revolution. San Francisco: Ramparts Press,

Kim Il Sung. "On the Elimination of Formalism and Bureaucracy in
     Party Work and the Revolutionization of Functionaries." Pages
     421-58 in Kim Il Sung, Kim Il Sung: Selected Works,
     4. P'yngyang: Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1974.

Koh, B.C. "North Korea, 1976: Under Stress," Asian Survey,
     17, No. 1, January 1977, 61-70.

Lee, Chae-Jin (ed.). The Korean War: 40-Year Perspectives.
     (Monograph Series, No. 1.) Claremont, California: Keck Center
     for International and Strategic Studies, Claremont McKenna
     College, 1991.

Lee, Chong-Sik. Korean Workers' Party: A Short History.
     (Histories of Ruling Communist Parties, No. 185.) Stanford,
     California: Hoover Institution Press, 1978.

------. "Land Reform, Collectivization, and the Peasants in North
     Korea," China Quarterly [London], 32, No. 14,
     April-June 1963, 65-81.

------. "New Paths for North Korea," Problems of
     Communism, 26, No. 2, March-April 1977, 55-66.

------. "The 1972 Constitution and Top Communist Leaders." Pages
     192-220 in Dae-Sook Suh and Chae-Jin Lee (eds.), Political
     Leadership in Korea. Seattle: University of Washington,

------. The Politics of Korean Nationalism. Berkeley:
     University of California Press, 1963.

------. "Stalinism in the East: Communism in North Korea." Pages
     114-39 in Robert A. Scalapino (ed.), Communist Revolution
     in Asia. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall,

Lee, Mun Woong. Rural North Korea under Communism.
     Houston: Rice University, 1976.

Lowe, Peter. The Origins of the Korean War. New York:
     Longman, 1986.

Nelson, Frederick M. Korea and the Old Orders in Eastern
     Asia. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press,

An Outline of Korean Culture. P'yngyang: Foreign
     Languages Publishing House, 1979.

Palais, James B. Politics and Policy in Traditional Korea.
     (Harvard East Asian Series, No. 82.) Cambridge: Harvard
     University Press, 1975.

Robinson, Michael. Cultural Nationalism in Korea, 1920-25.
     Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1985.

Scalapino, Robert A., and Chong-Sik Lee. Communism in
     Korea. (2 vols.) Berkeley: University of California
     Press, 1972.

Shabshina, Fania I. Ocherki Noveishei Istorii Korei,
     1918-45. Moscow: Izdatel'stvo Vostochnoi Literatury,

Sohn, Pow-key, Kim Chol-choon, and Hong I-sup. History of
     Korea. Seoul: Korean National Commission, United Nations
     Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, 1970.

Suh, Dae-sook. Kim Il Sung: A Biography. Honolulu:
     University of Hawaii Press, 1989.

------. The Korean Communist Movement, 1918-1948.
     Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1968.

Suh, Sang Chul. Growth and Structural Changes in the Korean
     Economy, 1910-1940. Cambridge: Council on East Asian
     Studies, Harvard University Press, 1978.

Tsubo, Senji. Chosen minzoku dokuritsu undo hishi (Secret
     History of the Korean National Independence Movement). Tokyo:
     Nikkan Rodo Tsushinsha, 1959.

United States. Department of State. The Foreign Relations of
     the United States: Conferences at Malta and Yalta, 1945.
     Washington: GPO, 1955.

------. Department of State. North Korea: A Case Study in the
     Technique of Takeover. Washington: GPO, 1961.

Washburn, John N. "Notes and Comment: Soviet Russia and the Korean
     Communist Party," Pacific Affairs [Vancouver], 23,
     No. 1, March 1950, 59-65.
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