1985 China Q. [i] (1985)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar26 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
March 1985            number 101             £4.50        $10.00
Guangzhou's   Democracy   Movement    in  Cultural Revolution
Perspective                                 Stanley Rosen     1
Of Women and Washing Machines: Employment, Housework, and
the Reproduction of Motherhood in Socialist China
Jean C. Robinson    32
Uygur Performing Arts in Contemporary China   Colin Mackerras    58
Reconstruction and Rectification of the Communist Party in the
Shanghai Underground: 1931-34         Lawrence R. Sullivan  78
Research Note
Temporary Residence Certificate Regulations in Wuhan, May
1983                                   Dorothy J. Solinger  98
Recent Developments
The Concept of Decentralization in Document No. 1, 1984
Joyce Kallgren  104
rhe Political Implications of Document No. 1, 1984
Kenneth Lieberthal 109
The Basis for Chinese Agricultural Growth in the 1980s and 1990s:
A Comment on Document No. 1, 1984             Bruce Stone   114
'he Economics of the Second Land Reform in China
Y. Y. Kueh   122
'ocumentation: Circular of the Central Committee of the Chinese
Communist Party on Rural Work During 1984                   132
Book Reviews
Research Guide to Education in China after Mao, 1977-1981. Compiled by
Billie L. C. Lo.
Bildung und Wissenschaft in der Volksrepublik China zu Beginn der achtziger
Jahre. By Jurgen Henze.
China's Universities. Post-Mao Enrollment Policies and Their Impact on the
Structure of Secondary Education. A Research Report. By -Suzanne
Pepper. Marianne Bastid.                                     143
Class and Social Stratification in Post-Revolution China. Edited by James L.
Watson. Deborah Davis-Friedmann.                            145
Red Guard Factionalism and the Cultural Revolution in Guangzhou. By
Stanley Rosen. Hong Yung Lee                                 147
Groups and Politics in the People's Republic of China. Edited by David S. G.
Goodman. Alan P. L. Liu                                      148

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