China in Revolution: The Yenan Way Revisited
M.E. Sharpe, Mar 21, 1995
Originally published in the early 1970s, this critical edition revisits the central themes of the book and reconsiders them in the light of major new theoretical and documentary understandings of the Chinese communist revolution.
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Seldon wrote one of the standard works on the development of Yenan as a stronghold of Communism. He looks at how the CCP developed a policy that would have broad appeal to the peasantry and how that ... Read full review
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