Gilbert Rozman examines the Soviet debate on Chinese socialism, revealing striking similarities between what Soviet scholars write about China and what they criticize as anticommunist" in Western writing on the Soviet Union.
Originally published in 1985.
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Table of Contents:
- FrontMatter, pg. i
- CONTENTS, pg. v
- PREFACE, pg. vii
- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, pg. xiii
- 1 Introduction, pg. 1
- 2. Peasants, pg. 59
- 3. Workers, pg. 93
- 4.The Intelligentsia, pg. 137
- 5. Officials, pg. 166
- 6. National Minorities, pg. 210
- 7. Conclusions, pg. 235
- List of Works Cited, pg. 269
- Index, pg. 281
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