Table of contents for The changing face of China: from Mao to market / John Gittings.

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Contents
List of Illustrationsix
1. Introduction:
The new `New China'1
2. Search for Socialism:
From Liberation to Utopia18
3. Mao Zedong versus the Party:
From cult to Cultural Revolution42
4. The Rebel Alternative:
From 1919 to the Red Guards58
5. Second Cultural Revolution:
The abortive Great Debate77
6. Economics in Command:
The modernization of China98
7. Peasant China Transformed:
The rise of rural enterprise119
8. The Growth of Dissent:
Poets and democracy140
9. The Party Under Pressure:
Reform and reaction164
10. The Scholars Speak Out:
Humanism or Bourgeois Liberalism?187
11. The Door Opens Wide:
China and the World Economy208
12. Tiananmen Square, 1989:
Turning-point for China223
13. Into the New Millennium:
China transformed250
14. China and the World:
From Mao to market290
Notes331
Chronology 1949–2004346
China's Political Leaders350
Bibliography353
Index of Names000
General Index000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

China -- History -- 1949-.