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Neil Jeffrey Diamant
|Description:||xiii, 463 pages : map ; 23 cm.|
To the city or bust : veterans and the quest for urban citizenship --
The complications of veteran identities --
The job front --
Stuck in the state's cement and falling through its cracks : veterans in policy and bureaucracy --
Vulnerable heroes : veterans' health, family, and sexuality in Chinese politics --
Between glory and welfare : military families, the state, and community --
Salt in the wounds : veterans in the reform era, 1978-2007 --
Conclusion : Walter Reed, Iraq, and China.
|Series Title:||State and society in East Asia.|
|Responsibility:||Neil J. Diamant.|
Rarely is China described without some reference to its 'nationalism.' How do we explain, then, the overwhelmingly poor treatment of China's military veterans and their families, including those