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Intellectuals in China: Annotations.

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This annotated bibliography of 72 books, journal articles, government reports, and newspaper feature stories focuses on the changing role of intellectuals in China, primarily since the 1949 Chinese Revolution. Particular attention is given to the Hundred Flowers Movement of 1957 and the Cultural Revolution. Most of the cited works are in English, but sources in Chinese, Japanese, Italian and Russian are also included. The annotations, all in English, are relatively brief and are descriptive, not evaluative. (CFR)

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Author:Parker, Franklin
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Date:Jan 1, 1986
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