1960 China Q. [i] (1960)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar1 and id is 1 raw text is: THE CHINA QUARTERLY

Jan.-March 1960

No. 1

Editor: Roderick MacFarquhar

Advisory Editor: G. F. Hudson

EDITORIAL

page 1

THE FIRST DECADE
PART I. APPRIsAL
China and the Global Revolution     Howard L. Boorman
Order, Power and Modernisation          C. P. Fitzgerald
The Bitter Years                          G. F. Hudson
Russia's Largest Satellite                 Stuart Kirby
Agrarian Policy and Communist Motivation Michael Lindsay
Totalitarian Consolidation and the
Chinese Model                       Benjamin Schwartz
China's New Role in World Affairs      f. Arthur Steiner
The Creation of State Power                  Guy Wint
A Stronger Oriental Despotism          Karl A. Wittfogel
PART H. ANALYSIS
Economic Development                      Choh-ming Li
The Sino-Soviet Alliance                Robert C. North
China and Asia                               Guy Wint
DEBATE ON CHINESE COMMUNIST HISTORY
Part 1: The Legend of Maoism         Karl A. Wittfogel
China and Tibet: Background to the
Revolt                              George N. Patterson
QUARTERLY CHRONICLE AND DOCUMENTATION
CONTRIBUTORS AND MAP OF TIBET
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