1962 China Q. [i] (1962)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar3 and id is 1 raw text is: THE CHINA QUARTERLY
January-March 1962                                       No. 9
Editor: Roderick MacFarquhar      Advisory Editor: G. F. Hudson
Administrative Assistants: Judy Osborn, Patricia Richmond
EDITOIuAL                                                    1
The Struggle for the Unification of Vietnam  Philippe Devillers  2
The Position of the DRV Leadership and the Succession
to Ho Chi Minh                             P. J. Honey  24
Power and Pressure Groups in North Vietnam  Bernard B. Fall  37
Intellectuals, Writers and Artists           Nhu Phong    47
Indoctrination Replaces Education         Gerard Tongas   70
A Bowl of Rice Divided: The Economy of North
Vietnam                                  William Kaye   82
Collectivisation and Rice Production     Hoang Van Chi    94
Vietnam-An Independent Viewpoint       Nguyen Ngoc Bich  105
Statistics and Planning at the Hsien Level in
Communist China                          Chohming Li 112
The Role of Law in Traditional, Nationalist and
Communist China                         Franz Michael 124
Hai-lu-feng-The First Chinese Soviet Government
(Part 2)                                 Shinkichi Eto  149
Korean Communists and Yenan                Chong-Sik Lee 182
COMMENT            L. C. Green, Jay Robinson, Donald W. Klein  193
BOOK REvIEWS           Chalmers A. Johnson, A. Feuerwerker,
Joseph G. Whelan, P. J. Honey 200
CONTRMUTORS                                                221
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