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The Cultural Revolution
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Preface Chapter 1: The Coming of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution Chapter 2: "Politics In Command" Chapter 3: Culture: "Destroy the Old, Establish the New" Chapter 4: An Economy of "Self-Reliance" Chapter 5: "We Have Friends All over The World": The Movement's Global Context Chapter 6: Coming to Terms with the Cultural Revolution Timeline References Further Reading Index

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Richard Curt Kraus is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Oregon and the author of Pianos and Politics in China.

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"This remarkably full and efficient account provides a basic narrative of the Cultural Revolution, and then discusses in greater depth its politics, culture, economics, foreign relations, and memory. The book profits from Kraus's particular expertise on culture and the arts, and does not shy from controversial claims that are likely to provoke lively discussions." -Joseph Esherick, Hwei-chih and Julia Hsiu Chair in Chinese Studies, University of California, San Diego "It's just 152 pages, small enough to slip in your back pocket, and written by a political scientist who knows the complex event in question through and through, and does a nice job of, among other things, dealing with the strange shadows it continues to cast on contemporary Chinese politics." -- Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Chancellor's Professor and Department of History Chair, University of California at Irvine

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