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        LC ClassificationsDecember 2000
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        Paginationxvi, 126 p. :
        Number of Pages53
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        ISBN 100765606860
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The return of Mao: a new threat to China’s politics

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However, while Hitler, Stalin and most of the other totalitarian dictators of the 20th century were repudiated after their deaths, Mao remains a central figure in modern. It was purposefully designed by the US and its western allies to prevent armed conflict and the economic nationalism that gave rise to it.

Nedilsky, Professor of Sociology at North Park University, focuses her research on the intersection of religious and political cultures in Chinese societies. 85 March 1981pp. A workshop for a maker of musical instruments• The carnival grounds were usually staged in the wide avenues of the city, and smaller parties in attendance in the open plazas of Buddhist monasteries.

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and view populism and the rise of parochial economic nationalism as among the gravest threats to future stability. Education experiences largely explain for the divergence. 3 Summer 1998p. The official center of government from Emperor Huidi onwards.