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Age of Extremes: The Short Twentieth Century 1914 - 1991
Hobsbawm, Eric
Book
1994
A overview of the history of the years 1914 - 1991.
China: Rise and Emergent Crisis: Book Review
Short, Jase
Article
2015
Book review of Au Loong Yu's 'China's Rise: Atrength and Fragility.'
China: Whose Revolution?
Hore, Charlie
Article
1987
The Chinese Revolution was one of the most momentous events of the 20th century. For a quarter of the human race it seemed to open the way to eradicate the roots of poverty and famine, to build a bett...
Chinese Workers' Resistance: Against The Current vol. 111
Diamond, Norm
Article
2004
Norm Diamond interviews Tim Pringle, who lives in Hong Kong, where he participates as an observer and also as a member of the editorial board of the Chinese-language magazine Globalization Monitor.
Communism Takes China: How the Revolution Went Red
Fitzgerald, C.P.
Book
1971
A short history of Chinese history from 1911 to 1949.
The Fifth Modernization: China's Spirit of Democracy
Wei Jingsheng
Article
1978
Wei Jingsheng, a 28-year-old electrician, posted this on the “Democracy Wall” in Beijing in 1978.
The Mandate of Heaven: Marx and Mao in Modern China
Harris, Nigel
Book
1978
China’s transformation from a poor country devastated by war into a major world power is a modern legend. But how did this change come about? What are the real living conditions of the peasants and wo...
A Marxist History of the World part 78: The First Chinese Revolution
Faulkner, Neil
Article
2012
In 1927, the Chinese nationalists smashed the country's first working-class revolutionary movement – a defeat that would shape the whole subsequent history of China.Counterfire
A Marxist History of the World part 93: Maoist China
Faulkner, Neil
Article
2012
After the revolution of 1949, the Chinese Communists resorted to state capitalism to force the country’s industrialisation. The consequences were disastrous.
The New Chinese Nationalism: Against The Current vol. 136
Yu, Au Loong
Article
2008
Corporate globalization has been remarkably successful in driving down wages and the welfare of working people across the world. Resistance to this is necessary and inevitable, hence the birth of the ...
Origins of the Chinese Revolution, 1915-1949
Bianco, Lucien; Bell, Muriel (trans.)
Book
1967
An introduction to China's passage to revolution which takes as its central theme the relationship between China's social crisis and the revolutionary movement.
The Realities of China Today: Against The Current vol. 137
Hart-Landsberg, Martin
Article
2008
Interest in the post-1978 Chinese market reform experience remains high and for an obvious reason: China is widely considered to be one of the most successful developing countries in modern times. The...
The Socialist Register 1968: Volume 5: A Survey of Movements & Ideas
Miliband, Ralph; Saville, John (eds.)
Serial Publication (Periodical)
1968
The Socialist Register 1969: Volume6: A Survey of Movements & Ideas
Miliband, Ralph; Saville, John (eds.)
Serial Publication (Periodical)
1969
The Socialist Register 1971: Volume 8: A survey of movements and ideas
Miliband, Ralph; Saville, John (eds.)
Serial Publication (Periodical)
1971
The Socialist Register 1975: Volume 12: A Survey of Movements & Ideas
Miliband, Ralph; Saville, John (eds.)
Serial Publication (Periodical)
1975
The Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution
Isaacs, Harold R.
Book
1934
A study of the social catastrophe that convulsed China in 1925-27, when the working-class movement was murderously crushed by the Kuomintang.

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Kang Sheng
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Senior official in the Communist Party of China, in charge of security and repression of dissidents.