1972 China Q. [i] (1972)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar13 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
January/March 1972 number 49
EDITORIAL NOTE
FASCISM IN KUOMINTANG CHINA: THE BLUE
SHIRTS Lloyd E. Eastman                               1
KREMLINOLOGY AND THE CHINESE STRATEGIC
DEBATE, 1965-66 Michael Yahuda                       32
THE GREAT UNION OF THE POPULAR MASSES
Mao Tse-tung 76
FROM THE GREAT UNION OF THE POPULAR
MASSES TO THE GREAT ALLIANCE
Stuart R. Schram  88
REVOLUTION IN RETROSPECT: THE PARIS
COMMUNE THROUGH CHINESE EYES
John Bryan Starr 106
COMMUNISM AND ETHNIC REVOLT: SOME
NOTES ON THE CHUANG PEASANT MOVE-
MENT IN KWANGSI 1921-31 Diana Lary                  126
Report from China:
THE GUIDERS AND THE GUIDED           Andrew J. Watson 136
Book Reviews:
China: Management of a Revolutionary Society. Edited by John M. H.
Lindbeck. Stephen FitzGerald                        151
Red Guard: The Political Biography of Dai Hsiao-ai. By Gordon A. Bennett
and Ronald N. Montaperto. Richard Baum               154
Mao's Revolution and the Chinese Political Culture. By Richard H. Solomon.
Ezra Vogel                                           157
Contemporary Chinese Law: Research Problems and Perspectives. Edited
by Jerome Alan Cohen. Anthony R. Dicks               160

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