|Foreword , by Elizabeth J. Perryix|
|2. Mao Zedong and Theories of the Cultural Revolution15|
|3. Chinese Gerontocracy and the Cultural Revolution42|
|4. Lin Biao and the Cultural Revolution62|
|5. The Conflict Between Power Groups107|
|6. Families in Chinese Politics137|
|7. The Lin Biao Incident163|
|8. Conclusion: The Tragedy of Lin Biao200|
|Index of Persons267|
|Index of Topics275|
6 pages of photos follow p. 106
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Publication information: Book title: The Culture of Power:The Lin Biao Incident in the Cultural Revolution. Contributors: Jin Qiu - Author. Publisher: Stanford University. Place of publication: Stanford, CA. Publication year: 1999. Page number: vii.
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