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Fri Mar 21 17:04:25 2014 UTClccn-n810219980.06Deng Xiaoping /0.430.95Deng Xiaoping wen xuan, 1975-1982 nian120735493Deng_Xiaopingn 81021998567800Đặng, Tiẻ̂u Bình, 1904-1997Dén, Si︠a︡o-pin, 1904-1997Den, Si︠a︡opinDėn, Si︠a︡opin, 1904-1997Dėn Sjaopin, 1904-1997Deng, Bin, 1904-1997Deng, Xiansheng, 1904-1997Deng, Xiao-ping.Deng, Xiao Ping, 1904-1997Deng, Xiaoping.Deng, Xiaoping, 1904-1997Deng, Xixian, 1904-1997Dengxiaoping, 1904-1997Dens, Sjaopins, 1904-1997Teng, Hiao-ping, 1904-1997Teng, Hsiao-p’ing, 1904-1997Teng, Hsiao-ping.Têng, Hsiao-p'ing 1904-1997Teng, Hsio-Ping.Teng, Hsziao-ping, 1904-1997Teng, Pin, 1904-1997Teng, Shiao-ping, 1904-1997Teng Siao-p′ing 1904-1997Teng, Siao-ping.Teng Siao-p'ing, 1904-1997Tiṅ-śi, 1904-1997Tiṅ-źaʾo-phiṅ, 1904-1997Tō, Shōhei, 1904-1997Ton, ShaopinTŭng, So-pʻyŏng, 1904-1997Xiaoping, Deng.Xiaoping, Deng, 1904-1997Дэн, СяопинДэн, Сяопин, 1904-1997トウ, ショウヘイ, 1904-1997[トウ] 小平, 1904-1997トン, シャオピン〓小平, 1904-1997鄧, 小平鄧 小平, 1904-1997.邓 小平, 1904-1997.邓先圣, 1904-1997邓小平.鄧小平, 1900-鄧小平, 1904-鄧小平, 1904-1997.邓希贤, 1904-1997邓斌, 1904-1997lccn-n78087649Mao, Zedong1893-1976lccn-n83064729Vogel, Ezra F.lccn-nr00006930Yang, Benjaminlccn-n79126972Salisbury, Harrison E.(Harrison Evans)1908-1993nc-zhongguo gong chan dangZhongguo gong chan danglccn-nr93041076Evans, Richard1928-2012lccn-nr94006786Maomao1950-lccn-n2001047186Marti, Michael E.lccn-n88117533Franz, Uli1949-lccn-n79122040Baum, Richard1940-2012Deng, Xiaoping1904-1997HistoryBiographyChinaDeng, Xiaoping,Political scienceHeads of stateEconomic policyMao, Zedong,Economic historyPolitical and social viewsSocialismCommunismChiang, Kai-shek,CzechoslovakiaScience and stateDeveloping countriesInternational economic relationsRelationsChina--Hong KongEducationZhongguo gong chan dangTiananmen Square Incident (China : 1989)Students--Political activityCommunist educationChinese essaysStatesmenKomunistická strana ČeskoslovenskaBiographyZhou, Enlai,Civil War (China : 1945-1949)Cultural Revolution (China : 1966-1976)1904199719481953195519561957195819591960196119621966196719701972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220134314126534426951DS778.T39ocn696727361ocn701629868ocn18712558658913ocn011371963book19840.76Deng, XiaopingSpeeches and writings47311ocn016865789book19870.63Deng, XiaopingFundamental issues in present-day China35211ocn011313865book19840.63Deng, XiaopingSelected works of Deng Xiaoping, 1975-1982History+-+96980234351654ocn004207358book19770.70Chi Hsin (Research group)The case of the Gang of Four : with first translation of Teng Hsiao Ping's "Three poisonous weeds"1218ocn010532408book19830.95Deng, XiaopingDeng Xiaoping wen xuan, 1975-1982 nian11919ocn017435832book19840.92Deng, XiaopingJian she you Zhongguo te se de she hui zhu yi782ocn011470149book19840.76Fang, TanMy second letter to Teng Hsiao-ping763ocn012638196book19850.79Fang, TanMy third letter to Teng Hsiao-ping746ocn013143420book19850.81Deng, XiaopingBuild socialism with Chinese characteristics6621ocn032655072book19830.86Deng, XiaopingDeng Xiaoping wen xuan = Deng Xiaoping wenxuan635ocn004514876book19750.93Deng, XiaopingProgramm für Chinas Zukunft : Dèng Xiǎopíngs Dokumente zur Lage der Nation auf dem Höhepunkt des Machtkampfes 1975 : Übersetzung und Kommentar622ocn009810394book19830.73Fang, TanTo Mr. Teng Hsiao-ping : a frank discussion of Red China's problems623ocn029034977book19920.81Deng, XiaopingSelected works of Deng Xiaoping, 1938-1965604ocn021751227book19880.33Deng, XiaopingDie Reform der Revolution : eine Milliarde Menschen auf dem Weg592ocn002911205book19590.93Deng, XiaopingThe great unity of the Chinese people and the great unity of the peoples of the world : written for Pravda of the Soviet Union in celebration of the tenth anniversary of the People's Republic of China563ocn001494359book19740.88Deng, XiaopingSpeech by chairman of the delegation of the People's Republic of China, Teng Hsiao-ping, at the special session of the U.N. General Assembly, April 10, 1974544ocn032223662book19940.86Deng, XiaopingSelected works of Deng Xiaoping538ocn030389680book19930.84Deng, XiaopingDeng Xiaoping wen xuanHistoryBen shu jie shao " deng xiao ping wen xuan " di 3 juan da duo shu zhu zuo de zhu yao nei rong, bei jing qing kuang he ban ben bian dong qing kuang, zhe zhong jie shao shou ci gong kai fa biao de zhu zuo he zeng bu le zhong yao de zhu zuo5213ocn020401640book19790.95Deng, XiaopingDeng XiaopingHistoryBiographyBen shu xuan yong deng xiao ping tong zhi zi 1951 nian zhi 1989 nian guan yu jiao yu wen ti de jiang hua, tan hua he ti ci deng gong 38 pian504ocn032078034book19930.84Deng, XiaopingDeng Xiaoping on the question of Hong Kong22079ocn706677501book20110.32Vogel, Ezra FDeng Xiaoping and the transformation of ChinaBiographyPerhaps no one in the twentieth century had a greater long-term impact on world history than Deng Xiaoping. And no scholar of contemporary East Asian history and culture is better qualified than Ezra Vogel to disentangle the many contradictions embodied in the life and legacy of China's boldest strategist. Once described by Mao Zedong as a "needle inside a ball of cotton," Deng was the pragmatic yet disciplined driving force behind China's radical transformation in the late twentieth century. He confronted the damage wrought by the Cultural Revolution, dissolved Mao's cult of personality, and loosened the economic and social policies that had stunted China's growth. Obsessed with modernization and technology, Deng opened trade relations with the West, which lifted hundreds of millions of his countrymen out of poverty. Yet at the same time he answered to his authoritarian roots, most notably when he ordered the crackdown in June 1989 at Tiananmen Square. Deng's youthful commitment to the Communist Party was cemented in Paris in the early 1920s, among a group of Chinese student-workers that also included Zhou Enlai. Deng returned home in 1927 to join the Chinese Revolution on the ground floor. In the fifty years of his tumultuous rise to power, he endured accusations, purges, and even exile before becoming China's preeminent leader from 1978 to 1989 and again in 1992. When he reached the top, Deng saw an opportunity to creatively destroy much of the economic system he had helped build for five decades as a loyal follower of Mao-and he did not hesitate.--From publisher information+-+199005921521845ocn042329172com19970.33Yang, BingzhangDeng a political biographyBiographyStudents of China, scholars as well as general readers, will find this book indispensable+-+921075030532417944ocn024430377book19920.25Salisbury, Harrison EThe new emperors : China in the era of Mao and DengHistoryBiographyExplores the lives of Mao Zedong, Teng Hsiao-Ping, and other Chinese government officials whose lavish lifestyles and intrigue rivaled the emperors they overthrew+-+107572538515108ocn029224154book19930.28Evans, RichardDeng Xiaoping and the making of modern ChinaHistoryBiographyEvans examines 20th century Chinese history, especially the rise of Communism and the Cultural Revolution, using the career of Deng Xiaoping as the focus+-+129217596510198ocn758845207com20020.47Marti, Michael EChina and the legacy of Deng Xiaoping from communist revolution to capitalist evolutionChina and the Legacy of Deng Xiaoping documents a turning point in the Chinese communist revolution that elevates Deng to a role equal to that of Mao. Dr. Marti explores post-Tiananmen domestic political wrangling and offers the first documentation of Deng's efforts to link all the major elements of society-the PLA, the Party, the revolutionary elders, and the regional governors-into a coalition whose survival depends on the success of his economic policies.Understanding this sense of commitment to China's long-term goals has significant implications for predicting the outcome of the current s+-+11693392069174ocn030029670book19940.56Baum, RichardBurying Mao : Chinese politics in the age of Deng XiaopingFor almost two decades after Mao Zedong's death, a contest was waged in China between orthodox Marxists and reformers. With Deng Xiaoping's strong support, the reformers ultimately won; but they--and China--paid a heavy price. Here, Richard Baum provides a guide to the intricate theater of post-Mao Chinese politics. He tells the story of an escalating intergenerational clash of ideas and values between the aging revolutionaries of the Maoist era and their younger, more pragmatic successors. --From publisher's description+-+K4818564158893ocn017840645book19880.28Franz, UliDeng XiaopingBiography8833ocn269468721com20010.50The Nanxun legacy and China's development in the post-Deng eraHistoryIn the spring of 1992, Deng Xiaoping made an historical tour of South China, popularly known as the "nanxun" ("southern tour"). During the tour, he boldly called for more radical economic reform and further opening up of China. The "nanxun" has become a political landmark in the history of the People's Republic of China, much like the great events such as the Great Leap Forward, the Cultural Revolution and the 1989 Tian'anmen crackdown. Deng Xiaoping has left his own legacy for the country. The "nanxun" belongs to Deng, just as the 1911 revolution belongs to Sun Yat-sen and the communist revolution to Mao Zedong. In this collection of articles, leading China scholars and experts analyze how the "nanxun" has sparked off dynamic economic growth in China and drastically changed the political and social landscape of the country+-+01974162447757ocn030665130book19940.56Goodman, David S. GDeng Xiaoping and the Chinese revolution : a political biographyBiographyDavid Goodman reaches beyond China's spectacular economic success of recent years to understand the sources of Deng's political power. This is a balanced evaluation of the career of one of the century's great political survivors+-+78076606957503ocn031207654book19950.32MaomaoDeng Xiaoping : my fatherBiography+-+11716501953247041ocn033666128book19960.39Meisner, Maurice JThe Deng Xiaoping era : an inquiry into the fate of Chinese socialism, 1978-1994In the past decade, the world has become familiar with the image of Communist powers struggling in economic and political crisis. The crisis in China, whose economy is now the world's second largest and fastest growing, is perhaps the most serious of all, and Maurice Meisner's important new book shows how it stems from a deep spiritual and political dispute between capitalist realities and lingering socialist values and ideas+-+00632545356492ocn029667946book19940.50Ruan, MingDeng Xiaoping : chronicle of an empire+-+36746886356153ocn022624400book19910.63Chi, Hsi-shengPolitics of disillusionment : the Chinese Communist Party under Deng Xiaoping, 1978-19896134ocn150881669visu19970.28Williams, SueChina a century of revolutionHistoryAn astonishingly candid view of a once-secret nation. This powerful program takes a remarkable first-hand look at China's tumultuous history, examining its social, political and cultural upheaval through eyewitness accounts, rare archival film footage and insightful commentary+-+75467072063244881ocn016869335book19880.06Lubetkin, WendyDeng XiaopingJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the Chinese leader who lost all his offices during the Chinese Cultural Revolution but later returned to power and recently retired from the Central Committee to the Communist Party4363ocn032311396book19950.07Lam, Willy Wo-LapChina after Deng Xiaoping : the power struggle in Beijing since TiananmenThis book gives bold and thought-provoking answers to the question "What will happen after Deng Xiaoping's death?" by analysing major political and economic trends in China since the June 4, 1989 crackdown. The intriguing career of patriarch Deng after the Tiananmen Square massacre - and his place in history - is assessed with the help of previously unpublished internal documents and hundreds of interviews with key players. The lively story-telling and incisive judgements are buttressed by generous quotations from the speeches and writings of the politicians who will shape China's future+-+39668662954313ocn232610435com20080.47Kueh, Y. YChina's new industrialization strategy was Chairman Mao really necessary?Deng Xiaoping's economic strategy is widely regarded as a complete anathema to Mao's, but this study strongly argues that without the material foundations laid by Mao, it would have been very difficult for Deng to launch his reform and open-door policy. Deng basically shared Mao's aspirations and approach in pursuit of China's industrialization, and this had in fact helped to condition him to the successful gradualist methodology. Deng lost patience at times and resorted to the 'big bang' strategy, only to fail miserably. Taken together, the book tells a new story about the economics of China's transition. This is a highly thought-provoking study, blending institutional and convincing statistical analysis. It will appeal to scholars and academics interested in the background and process of China emerging as an economic giant and especially to students of economics, politics, international business and globalization studies who aspire to an alternative, 'non-Left' re-interpretation of Mao's legacy+-+77875729363491ocn031815170book19950.76Shambaugh, David LDeng Xiaoping : portrait of a Chinese statesmanBiography+-+78843734653422ocn028632287book19930.76Kau, Michael Y. MChina in the era of Deng Xiaoping: a decade of reform+-+33279781063152ocn009895017book19840.76Chang, David WZhou Enlai and Deng Xiaoping in the Chinese leadership succession crisis+-+9698023435+-+9698023435Fri Mar 21 15:49:05 EDT 2014batch82650