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Party leadership and revolutionary power in China

Author: John Wilson Lewis; University of London. Contemporary China Institute.
Publisher: Cambridge [England] : University Press, 1970.
Series: Contemporary China Institute publications.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Congrès
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Wilson Lewis; University of London. Contemporary China Institute.
ISBN: 0521096146 9780521096140 0521077923 9780521077927
OCLC Number: 94625
Notes: "A selection of the papers presented at [a] conference held at Ditchley Park, in July 1968, sponsored by the Contemporary China Institute."
Description: viii, 422 pages ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction / John Wilson Lewis --
[1. The Changing Role of the Communist Party in the Revolutionary Struggle] --
The Influence of the Past: How the Early Years Helped to Shape the Future of the Chinese Communist Party / C. Martin Wilbur --
Transfer of Legitimacy in the Chinese Communist Party: Origins of the Maoist Myth / William F. Dorrill --
The Roles of the Monolithic Party Under the Totalitarian Leader / Leonard Schapiro anad John Wilson Lewis --
[2. The Power Elite in Theory and Practice] --
The Reign of Virtue: Some Broad Perspectives on Leader and Party in the Cultural Revolution / Benjamin I. Schwartz --
The Party in Chinese Communist Ideology / Stuart R. Schram --
Factionalism in the Central Committee / Philip Bridgham --
[3. The Communist Party and Chinese Society After the Take-Over] --
Keeping the Revolution Going: Problems of Village Leadership After Land Reform / Thomas P. Bernstein --
Party Policies Towards the Intellectuals: the Unique Blooming and Contending of 1961-62 / Merle Goldman --
Getting Ahead and Along in Communist China: The Ladder of Success on the Eve of the Cultural Revolution / Michel Oksenberg --
[4. The New View of Power in the Cultural Revolution] --
The State Council and the Cultural Revolution / Donald W. Klein --
Army-Party Relations in the Light of the Cultural Revolution / John Gittings.
Series Title: Contemporary China Institute publications.
Responsibility: edited by John Wilson Lewis.
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