1967 China Q. iii (1967)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar8 and id is 1 raw text is: THE CHINA QUARTERLY
January-March 1967                                            No. 29
Editor: Roderick MacFarquhar    Administrative Assistant: Karen H. Judd
Advisory Editorial Board:
G. F. Hudson, Oxford; A. Doak Barnett Columbia; Cyril Birch, Berkeley;
Howard L. Boorman, Columbia; Jerome A. Cohen, Harvard Law School; Alexander
Eckstein, University of Michigan; John K. Fairbank, Harvard; Albert Feuerwerker,
University of Michigan; Maurice Freedman, London School of Economics; A. M.
Halpern Harvard; Werner Klatt, School of Slavonic Studies; Donald W. Klein,
Harvard; Choh-ming Li, Chinese University of Hong Kong; John M. L. Lindbeck,
Harvard; Mark Mancail, Stanford; Dwight Perkins, Harvard; Lucien W. Pye, M.I.T.;
Robert A. Scalopino, Berkeley; Stuart R. Schram, Fondation Nationale des Sciences
Politiques; Benjamin Schwartz, Harvard; G. William Skinner, Stanford; George E.
Taylor, University of Washington; Kenneth R. Walker, School of Oriental and African
Studies; Hellmut Wilhelm, University of Washington; Mary Wright, Yale.
Mao's Cultural Revolution : Origin and Development
Philip Bridgham     1
From Revolutionary to Semi-Bureaucrat: The Regularisation
of Cadres                                     Ezra F. Vogel    36
The Guerrilla Movement in Northwest China: The Origins
of the Shensi-Kansu-Ninghsia Border Region (Part II)
Mark Selden     61
The Urban Communes and Anti-City Experiment in
Communist China                                 Janet Salaff   82
Peking and the Latin American Communists       Ernst Halperin   111
BOOK REVIEWS                Stuart R. Schram, James P. Harrison,
William Dorrill, Edward 1. M. Rhoads,
Edgar Tomson, John Israel, Kenneth R. Walker,
Nai-Ruenn Chen, Eric Chou, Hugh Collar,
Peter Wiles, Joyce Kallgren, Robert A. Rupen  155
QUARTERLY CHRONICLE AND DOCUMENTATION                             181
CONTRIBUTORS                                                      198
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