1973 China Q. [i] (1973)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar14 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
January/March 1973 number 53
£1.00  $2.50
RECENT TRENDS IN THE CHINESE ECONOMY
Thomas G. Rawski  1
A FACTIONALISM MODEL FOR CCP POLITICS
Andrew J. Nathan 34
THE CHINESE VIEW OF THEIR PLACE IN THE
WORLD: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
John Cranmer-Byng 67
CHINESE PRESS PERCEPTIONS OF THREAT:
THE U.S. AND INDIA, 1962
Kuang-sheng Liao and Allen S. Whiting 80
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN LANGUAGE REFORM
Constantin Milsky 98
Research Note:
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINESE
PUBLISHING                     Eugene Wu 134
Reports from China:
CHINESE LAW: AT THE CROSSROADS
Jerome Alan Cohen 139
A VISIT TO THE CHINESE PRESS
Roderick MacFarquhar 144
THE NANNIWAN MAY 7th CADRE SCHOOL
Alexander Casella 153
Comment:

Was there a Sneevlietian Strategy ?

A. C. Muntqewerf 159

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