1971 China Q. [i] (1971)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar12 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
January/March 1971 number 45
EDITORIAL                                                 1
LENINISM AND MAOISM: SOME POPULIST
PERSPECTIVES ON MARXISM-LENINISM
IN CHINA    Maurice Meisner                             2
THE NINTH CENTRAL COMMITTEE Donald W. Klein,
Lois B. Hager                                          37
RAILWAY DEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC
GROWTH IN MANCHURIA           Shun-hsin Chou           57
CHINA'S NUCLEAR-MISSILE PROGRAMME:
REGIONAL OR INTERCONTINENTAL?
Alice Langley Hsieh                                    85
DOCUMENTS ON THE COMINTERN AND THE
CHINESE REVOLUTION Introduction by
Harold R. Isaacs                                      100
WHY CHINA IMPORTS WHEAT            Feng-hwa Mah         116
RECENT LEADERSHIP AND POLITICAL TRENDS
IN TAIWAN     J. Bruce Jacobs                         129
JOHN LINDBECK: A MEMORIAL            A. Doak Barnett    155
Comment:
India's Forward Policy. Neville Maxwell                 157
Correspondence                                          164
Book Reviews:
Canton Under Communism: Programs and Politics in a Provincial Capital,
1949-68. By Ezra F. Vogel. Morton H. Fried             167
Rural People's Communes in Lien-chiang. Edited by C. S. Chen and trans-
lated by Charles P. Ridley. John Wilson Lewis          170
The Development of Chinese Agriculture, 1950-59. By Peter Schran.
Edwin F. Jones                                         172

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