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______. Uncertain Passage: China's Transition to the Post-Mao
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Bianco, Lucien. "People's China: 25 Years. `Fu-chiang' and Red
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Bridgham, Philip. "The Fall of Lin Piao," China Quarterly
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Brodsgaard, Kjeld Erik. "The Democracy Movement in China,
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Buhite, Russell D. Decisions at Yalta: An Appraisal of Summit
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Burns, John P. "Reforming China's Bureaucracy, 1979-82," Asian
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Burns, John P., and Stanley Rosen (eds.). Policy Conflicts in
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Chang, Chun-shu. The Making of China: Main Themes in Premodern
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Chang, Parris H. "Chinese Politics: Deng's Turbulent Quest,"
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______. Power and Policy in China. University Park:
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Chen, Yung-fa. Making Revolution: The Communist Movement in
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     Angeles: University of California Press, 1986.

Cheng, Te-k'un. Studies in Chinese Archaeology. Hong Kong:
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Cheng Dalin. The Great Wall of China. Hong Kong: South
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Chesneaux, Jean. China: The People's Republic, 1949-1976.
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Chi, Wen-shun. Ideological Conflicts in Modern China: Democracy
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China Handbook Editorial Committee. China Handbook Series:
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China Official Annual Report. Hong Kong: Kingsway
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Coye, Molly Joel, and Jon Livingston (eds.). China Yesterday
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Cranmer-Byng, John. "The Chinese View of Their Place in the World:
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deBary, Wm. Theodore, et al. Sources of Chinese Tradition.
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Dittmer, Lowell. "Bases of Power in Chinese Politics: A Theory and
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______. "Death and Transfiguration: Liu Shaoqi's Rehabilitation and
     Contemporary Chinese Politics," Journal of Asian
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______. Liu Shao-ch'i and the Chinese Cultural Revolution: The
     Politics of Mass Criticism. Berkeley and Los Angeles:
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Domes, Jurgen. The Internal Politics of China, 1949-1972.
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______. China after the Cultural Revolution: Politics Between
     Two Party Congresses. (With a contribution by Marie-Luise
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     Press, 1977.

______. The Government and Politics of the PRC: A Time of
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Dreyer, June Teufel. "China's Quest for a Socialist Solution,"
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Eberhard, Wolfram. A History of China. (4th ed.) Berkeley
     and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1977.

Egashira, K. "Chinese-Style Socialism: Some Aspects of Its Origin
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     1975, 981-95.

Elisseeff, Daniel, and Vadime Elisseeff. (Trans., Larry Lockwood.)
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Elvin, Mark. The Pattern of the Chinese Past. Stanford:
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Fairbank, John King. The Great Chinese Revolution,
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Fairbank, John K., and Edwin O. Reischauer. China: Tradition &
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Fairbank, John K., Edwin O. Reischauer, and Albert Craig. East
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Fontana, Dorothy Grouse. "Background to the Fall of Hua Guofeng,"
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Gayn, Mark. "People's China: 25 Years. A View from the Village,"
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Gittings, John. "New Light on Mao: His View of the World,"
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______. The World and China, 1922-1972. New York: Harper
     & Row, 1974.

Goodman, David S.G. "China: The Politics of Succession," World
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______. "The Provincial Revolutionary Committee in the People's
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Goodrich, L. Carrington. A Short History of the Chinese
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Han, Suyin. The Morning Deluge: Mao Tse-tung and the Chinese
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______. Wind in the Tower: Mao Tsetung and the Chinese
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Harding, Harry, Jr. "Asian Communism in Flux: China after Mao,"
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______. "China: The 1st Year Without Mao," Contemporary
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______. China: The Uncertain Future. (Headline series, No.
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Hearn, Maxwell K. "An Ancient Chinese Army Rises from Underground
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Hinton, Harold C. (ed.). The People's Republic of China: A
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Ho, Ping-ti. "The Paleoenvironment of North China--A Review
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Hsiung, James C. Ideology and Practice: The Evolution of
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Hsu, Immanuel C.Y. The Rise of Modern China. (3d ed.) New
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Hu Sheng, et al. The 1911 Revolution: A Retrospective after 70
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Hucker, Charles O. China to 1850: A Short History.
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Johnson, Chalmers (ed.). Ideology and Politics in Contemporary
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Johnson, David, et al. (eds.). Popular Culture in Late Imperial
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Kim, Ilpyong J. The Politics of Chinese Communism: Kiangsi
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     of California Press, 1974.

Klein, Donald W., and Anne B. Clark. Biographic Dictionary of
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Knightly, David N. "Shang China Is Coming of Age--A Review
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La Dany, L. "People's China: 25 Years. Shrinking Political Life,"
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Lee, Shao Chang. "China's Cultural Development." (Wall chart) East
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Levenson, Joseph R., and Franz Schurmann. China: An
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Li, Dun J. The Ageless Chinese: A History. New York:
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Li Xueqin. Eastern Zhou and Qin Civilization. (Trans.,
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Lieberthal, Kenneth. "China in 1975: The Internal Political Scene,"
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Lindsay, Michael. "Analysis of the People's Republic of China,"
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______. "The Chinese Communist Party: History and Doctrines." Pages
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Liu, James T.C. Political Institutions in Traditional China:
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Loewe, Michael. Imperial China: The Historical Background to
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MacFarquhar, Roderick. "China after the 10th Congress," World
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Mancall, Mark. China at the Center: 300 Years of Foreign
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Oksenberg, Michel. "Mao's Policy Commitments, 1921-1976,"
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Oksenberg, Michel, and Steven Goldstein. "The Chinese Political
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People's Republic of China Year Book. Beijing: Xinhua
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Qi Wen. China: A General Survey. Beijing: Foreign
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Reischauer, Edwin O. "The Sinic World in Perspective," Foreign
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Rice, Edward E. Mao's Way. Berkeley and Los Angeles: 
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______. "People's China: 25 Years. A Radical Break with the Past,"
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Ristaino, Marcia R. China's Art of Revolution: The Mobilization
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Sandschneider, Eberhard. "Political Succession in the People's
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