The cultural revolution warfare at Beijing's Universities
Too little research has been conducted about the fascinating, confusing upheavals that shook China during the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution of 1966–68. Now, four decades after the mass fighting was suppressed, Andrew Walder helps to fill important gaps in our knowledge, in a 400-page book that examines the origins and chronicles the factional fighting at Beijing’s universities
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|Source:||The China Journal|
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