Rebellion and Factionalism in a Chinese Province: Zhejiang, 1966-1976

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Notes to Introduction
1.
The Cultural Revolution in The Provinces, Harvard East Asian Monographs, 42 ( Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1971).
2.
Keith Forster, "The Hangzhou Incident of 1975: The Impact of Factionalism on Chinese Provincial Administration," ( Ph. D. thesis: University of Adelaide, 1985).
3.
Frank P. Belloni and Dennis C. Beller, "Party and Faction: Modes of Political Competition", in Belloni and Beller (eds), Faction Politics: Political Parties and Factionalism in Comparative Perspective ( Santa Barbara, California: ABC-Clio Inc., 1978), p. 445.
4.
Ann E. Fenwick, "The Gang of Four and the Politics of Opposition: China 1971-1976", ( Ph. D. thesis: Stanford University, 1984), p. 20.
5.
Lucien Pye, The Dynamics of Chinese Politics ( Cambridge, Mass.: Oelgeschlager, Gunn & Hain, 1981).
6.
Beller and Belloni, Faction Politics, pp. 430-7. See also, Norman K. Nicholson, "The Factional Model and The Study of Politics", Comparative Political Studies, 5: 3 ( 1972), pp. 303-05.
7.
Beller and Belloni, Faction Politics, pp. 419-30.
8.
Andrew J. Nathan, "A Factionalism Model for CCP Politics", China Quarterly (CQ), 53 ( 1973), pp. 34-66.
9.
Nicholosn, "The Factional Model", p. 298.
10.
William Hinton, Shenfan ( London: Picador Books, 1983), p. 611.
11.
Zhang Yun, " " (Boost party spirit, overcome factionalism), Hongai, No. 9 ( 1984), pp. 6-8. See also Keith Forster, "The Repudiation of the Cultural Revolution", Journal of Contemporary Asia, 17: 1 ( 1987), pp. 71-72.
12.
For example, see Hong Yung Lee, The Politics of the Chinese Cultural Revolution: A Case Study ( Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1978); Anita Chan, Stanley Rosen and Jonathan Unger, "Students and Class Warfare: The Social Roots of the Red Guard Conflict in Guangzhou (Canton)", CQ, 83, ( September 1980), pp. 397-446.
13.
For a useful discussion of class as caste, see R. C. Kraus, Class Conflict in Chinese Socialism ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1981), pp. 117-39.
14.
Jonathan Unger, Education under Mao: Class and Competition in Canton Schools, 1960-1980 ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1982), pp. 130-31..
15.
Lee, The Politics of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, pp. 340-43.
16.
Chan et al., "Students and Class Warfare", pp. 433-42.
17.
Anita Chan (ed.), "A Brief Analysis of the Cultural Revolution" by Liu Guokai, in Chinese Sociology and Anthropology, 19: 2 ( 1986-7), esp. pp. 73-82, 85-92. Originally published as"" in a Chinese mainland underground publication and then in Taiwan in (A Collection of Mainland underground publications), Vol. 17 (Taibei: Institute for the Study of Chinese Communist Problems, 1983). pp. 91-244.
18.
Gao Yuan, Born Red ( Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1987).

Notes to Chapter 1
1.
See William Whitson, The Chinese High Command: A History of Communist MilitaryPolitics, 1927-71

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