The Prospects for Communist China

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A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY IN WESTERN LANGUAGES
This Bibliography was compiled by Martha T. Henderson under the over-all editorship of W. W. Rostow and with the assistance of the members of the staff of the Center for International Studies and certain of the faculty and graduate students of Harvard University. Indebtedness is acknowledged especially to the authors of the other bibliographies listed in Section I.The analysis of Communist China from the outside requires certain special techniques somewhat similar to those required for study of the Soviet Union. Since few relatively objective observers are allowed extensive access to Communist China, the bulk of the data must be that released from official Communist sources, especially the Communist Chinese press. Although the use of this material poses many difficulties, it appears to be the case that a major modern society-even a totalitarian society-cannot be maintained without revealing the main lines of its evolution in some open sources. This statement holds particularly true of the important events and trends in economic and political affairs. It is more difficult to ascertain the mood of the Chinese people because of the size and variety of the country as well as the censorship. But it is possible to discern certain attitudes from the reports of a few observers, and by reading the official directives to the cadres with respect to their own behavior, their treatment of the peasantry, industrial workers, and other groups.Fortunately good translations of the Communist press are issued regularly (see Section II), so that a good part of this primary material is easily available to a western reader.
A. Sources.
I. Other bibliographies.
II. Press, radio, and other translations and commentaries (from many countries).
III. Newspapers.
IV. Periodicals:
A. American.
B. Australian.

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