The Culture of Power: The Lin Biao Incident in the Cultural Revolution

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Index of Persons
In this and the following index an "f" after a number indicates a separate reference on the next page, and an "ff" indicates separate references on the next two pages. A continuous discussion over two or more pages is indicated by a span of page numbers, e.g., "57-59." Passim is used for a cluster of references in close but not consecutive sequence. Annotations are provided for only those persons involved the Lin Biao incident or the Cultural Revolution. Unless otherwise indicated, all titles and offices pertain to the period during the Cultural Revolution.
Bai Chongshan ( commander, Fifth Air Force Army), 191
Baker, Hugh, 138-39
Bandaranaike, Sirimavo, 7
Bo Gu (a.k.a. Qin Bangxian; secretary and nominal leader of CCP during time of Long March), 65f
Bo Yibo ( vice-premier; chairman, State Economic Commission), 24
Braun, Otto, 66, 224-25nn29, 31
Brezhnev, Leonid, 56
Bu Zhanya ( political commissar, Hunan Military Region), 190, 191-92
Cao Cao, 129
Cao Diqiu ( mayor, Shanghai; ousted January 1967), 99
Chen Boda ( chief, CCRSG), 8, 60, 86, 100f, 109, 112, 116, 120ff, 124, 127, 130, 193, 204; and Cultural Revolution, 17, 83, 87f, 90, 92-93, 104-5, 117-18; and PLA, 95, 114; criticism of, 102-3, 132-33, 134
Chen Liyun ( political commissar, Fifth Air Force Army), 191
Chen Mingshu (well-known "rightist" in late 1950s), 32
Chen Pixian ( party secretary, Shanghai; ousted January 1967), 103
Chen Suiqi (wife of Wu Faxian), 181
Chen Yi ( PLA marshal; PRC's first foreign minister; member, Central Military Committee), 30, 53, 71f, 74, 93, 103ff, 125, 141, 212n16, 231n159
Chen Yun ( vice-premier in charge of economic policy), 35f, 60, 71
Chen Zaidao ( commander, Wuhan Military Region), 59, 222-23n86
Cheng Hongzhen ( secretary, General Office of the Party Committee, air force), 168-69
Cheng Qian, 206
Cheng Shiqing ( commander, Jiangxi Military Region), 128, 190
Chiang Kai-shek, see Jiang Jieshi
Confucius, 78, 138
Deng Tuo ( party secretary, Bejing; committed suicide May 18, 1966), 203

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • 1- Introduction 1
  • 2- Mao Zedong and Theories Of The Cultural Revolution 15
  • 3- Chinese Gerontocracy And The Cultural Revolution 42
  • 4- Lin Biao and the Cultural Revolution 62
  • 5- The Conflict Between Power Groups 107
  • 6- Families in Chinese Politics 137
  • 8- Conclusion: the Tragedy of Lin Biao 200
  • Notes 211
  • Bibliography 245
  • Index of Persons 267
  • Index of Topics 275
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