China during the Cultural Revolution, 1966-1976: A Selected Bibliography of English Language Works

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Author Index
(All numbers following entries refer to item numbers in the bibliography)
Abidi, Aqil Hyder Hasan, 562
Adhikari, G., 153
Akhtar, Shahid, 466
Allen, Thomas Harrell, 563
Allen, Rewi, 390, 693, 954
Ambroz, Oton, 564
American Consulate General, Hong Kong, 976, 977, 978, 979
An, Pyong-jun, 81
An, Tai Sung, 157, 254, 565
Anderson, Dennis J., 877
Andors, Phyllis, 426
Andors, Stephen, 62, 487, 488, 489
Ansley, Clive M., 882
Archer, Jules, 844
Armstrong, J. D., 566
Ascher, Issac, 675
Asia Research Centre, 1, 159
Axilrod, Eric, 490
Balzer, Richard J., 962
Barakhta, B. P., 107
Barcata, Louis, 160
Barlow, Tani, E., 391
Barnds, William J., 567
Barnett, A. Doak, 283, 568
Barnouin, Barbara, 82, 569
Barnstone, Tony, 719
Barrymaine, Norman, 902
Bartke, Wolfgang, 40, 491
Baum, Richard, 161, 492
Bawden, C. R., 570
Behbehani, Hashim S. H., 571
Behr, Eduward, 1003
Bei Dao, 719
Bennett, Amanda, 930, 931
Bennett, Gordon, 83, 163, 889
Bennett, Louise B., 161
Benton, Gregor, 2
Bergman, Par, 720
Berner, Boel, 480
Bernstein, Thomas P., 427
Bettelheim, Charles, 493
Biberaj, Elez, 572
Bietz, Gray, Roy, 392
Bilancia, Philip R., 549
Blair, Patricia Wohlgemuth, 41
Blecher, Marc J., 84, 85
Blencowe, Paul, 301
Bloodworth, Dennis, 284

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction ix
  • I - Documents and Reference Works 1
  • II - General Works 15
  • III - Special Periods 27
  • IV - Cultural Revolution in Provinces and Municipalities 51
  • V - Special Subjects 57
  • VI - Biographies, Memoirs, and Firsthand Observations 113
  • VII - Travelers' Reports 135
  • VIII - Audio-Visual and Microform Materials 139
  • Author Index 147
  • Title Index 157
  • Subject Index 193
  • About the Compiler 201
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