| Bullard Monte R. China's political military evolution: the party and
the military in the People's Republic of China, 1960-1984. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1985. 209 p.|
Studies the structural change in China during the period of 1960-1984 by looking at institutional linkage in the political-military relationship.
| Chien Yu-shen. China's fading revolution: army dissent and military
divisions, 1967-68. Hong Kong: Centre of Contemporary Chinese
Studies, 1969. 405 p.|
Examines the events which unfolded after the Wuhan Incident in July- August 1967, and discusses the relationships between the regional military commanders and the central authorities in Beijing. Includes very useful documentary appendixes, as well as glossary, bibliography, and index.
| Ching Shui-hsien. Rifle rectifies rifle in Mao's cultural revolution. Taipei: Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League, 1969. 4, 75, 4 p.|
Examines the role of the People's Liberation Army as an instrument of rectification before and during the Cultural Revolution.
|Chu Wen-lin. Personnel changes in the military regions and districts before and after the cultural revolution. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 1971. 54 p.|