New Ghosts, Old Ghosts: Prisons and Labor Reform Camps in China

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Boldface indicates major discussion of the subject, or (after p. 225) text of the document. Italics indicates mention in a chart, table, diagram or map. A letter after a number indicates footnote on the indicated page. A § indicates a section or article number, usually in the text of a law. "Endnote" refers to the note section on pp. 264-297. The following are non-obvious but useful general categories:
Cadres and guards
Conditions in prisons
Economy
Foreigners
Health conditions
History
Miscarriages of justice
Reforming of prisoners
Administrative detention (xingzheng juliu), 19
Agriculture, see under economy under Gansu, Qinghai or Xinjiang
Almas, Turgun, 124
Amdo, 15A
Amnesty International, 183, 187
Animal husbandry, see under economy under Gansu, Qinghai or Xinjiang
Appeals (legal), 26
Armed services, see People's Liberation Army
Asia Watch, see Human Rights Watch
Beijing municipality, 117, 200B, 226, 228
Bingtuans, see under Gansu, Qinghai or Xinjiang

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables vii
  • Charts vii
  • Maps vii
  • Terminology and Prison Structure (see Chart, Page 66) viii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Prologue 1
  • Chapter 1 Introduction 4
  • Chapter 2 Gansu 29
  • Chapter 3 Xinjiang: One Region, Two Systems 44
  • Conclusion 173
  • Chapter 5 Prisons and Human Rights 175
  • Chapter 6 the Aftermath: What Happens Upon Release? 189
  • Chapter 7 Conclusion 202
  • Appendix 1 Authors' Commentaries 226
  • Appendix 2 Others' Commentaries 231
  • Appendix 3 Laogai Regulations 239
  • Endnotes 264
  • Bibliography 299
  • Index 307
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