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During this booklet a global workforce of students examines China's popularity and supreme rejection of Soviet versions and practices in fiscal, cultural, social, and different nation-states.
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See Thomas P. Bernstein, “Stalinism, Famine, and Chinese Peasants: Grain Procurement during the Great Leap Forward,” Theory and Society, vol. 13, no. 3, May l984: 339–77 and Bernstein, “Mao Zedong and the Famine of 1959–60: A Study in Wilfulness,” China Quarterly, no. 186 (June 2006): 421–45. 57. According to Suzanne Pepper, some of his ideas for education harkened back to the “Cultural Revolution” of 1928–31. See Chapter 11of her book, Radicalism and Education Reform. 58. See note 5. 59. William A.
Cohen, Bukharin and the Bolshevik Revolution (New York: Vintage Books, 1971). 21. , Cultural Revolution in Russia, 1928–1931 (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, l978). 22. See, Jerry F. Hough and Merle Fainsod, How the Soviet Union is Governed, (Cambridge: Harvard Univrsity Press, 1979), 178 ff. 23. Vera Dunham, In Stalin’s Time: Middle Class Values in Soviet Fiction (Durham, NC: Duke University Press), 1990. 24. Michael Dutton, Policing Chinese Politics (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2005), 163.
Stalin, Works, vol. 13, 53ff. 50. , Change in Communist Systems (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 1970), 33–116. 51. See A Critique of Soviet Economics by Mao Tse-tung, Translated by Moss Roberts, with Annotations by Richard Levy and an Introduction by James Peck (New York: Monthly Review Press), 47. 52. See Stuart Schram, Chairman Mao Talks to the People, “Talks at Chengtu,” 99. 53. Mao Tse-tung, A Critique of Soviet Economics, 87. 54. Yang Jianbai and Li Xuezeng, “The Relation between Agriculture, Light Industry and Heavy Industry in China,” Social Sciences in China, no.
China Learns from the Soviet Union, 1949-Present (The Harvard Cold War Studies) by Hua-Yu Li, Thomas P. Bernstein, Tina Mai Chen, Izabella Goikhman, Guiha Guan, Donghui He, Xiaojia Hou, You Ji, Hanbing Kong, Lorenz Luthi, Elizabeth McGuire, Gregory Rohlf, Gilbert Rozman, Laurence Schneider, Douglas Stiffler, Péter Vámos, Miin-ling Yu, J
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