Table of contents for China's political system : modernization and tradition / June Teufel Dreyer.

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Contents
Illustrations xii
Preface xiii
About the Author 000
Political Map of China 000
1	Introduction 000
Modernization and Chinese Civilization	000
Theories of Analysis of Chinese Politics	000
Theoretical Analysis in the Early Years of the PRC	000
Theories Engendered by the Cultural Revolution	000
Post-Mao Theories of Analysis	000
Conclusions	000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
2	The Chinese Tradition 000
Basic Characteristics	000
The Governmental Structure of Traditional China	000
The Examination System	000
Literature and Art	000
The Role of Law in Traditional China	000
The Military	000
The Barbarian Problem	000
Interpretations of Chinese History	000
Implications for Industrialization	000
Conclusions	000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
3	Reformers, Warlords, and Communists 000
The New Invasion	000
The Self-Strengthening Movement	000
Reform and Revolution	000
The Reformers	000
The Reactionaries	000
The Revolutionaries	000
The Kuomintang	000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
4	The Communist Road to Power 000
The Early Years: 1919-1923	000
The Period of Soviet Control: 1923-1931	000
The Jiangxi Soviet: 1931-1934	000
The Long March: 1934-1935	000
The Xi'an Incident: 1936	000
The Second United Front: 1936-1941	000
Civil War and Victory: 1941-1949	000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
5	PRC Politics under Mao: 1949-1976 000
Consolidation of Power: 1949-1955	000
Establishing the Organs of Power	000
The Hundred Flowers Period: 1956-1957	000
The Great Leap Forward and Its Aftermath: 1958-1961	000
The Socialist Education Movement: 1962-1966	000
The Cultural Revolution: 1966-1976	000
The Years of Upheaval: 1966-1969	000
Reconstruction: 1970-1976	000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
6	PRC Politics in the Post-Mao Era: 1976-2007 000
Interregnum: 1976-1978	000
Deng Ascendant	000
The Legacy of Mao	000
Political Realignment and Policy Readjustment	000
The Tiananmen Demonstrations, 1989	000
The "Third Generation": China under Jiang Zemin	000
The Three Represents	000
Civic Organizations	000
Changing Central-Local Relationships	000
The "Fourth Generation" Assumes Power	000
Conclusions	000
7	The Politics of the Economy 000
Introduction	000
The Early Years: 1949-1950	000
The Socialist Transformation of Agriculture: 1949-1978	000
Industrial Policy in the Maoist Era	000
Maoist Economic Policies Assessed	000
Economic Policy under Deng Xiaoping	000
Agricultural Reforms	000
The Private Sector	000
More Responsibility for State Enterprises	000
Reforming the Price System	000
Reforming the Reforms	000
New Problems for Deng's Successors	000
Future Concerns	000
Conclusions	000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
8	Crime and Punishment: The Legal System of the PRC 000
Less than Peaceful Coexistence of the Societal and Jural Models: 1949-1953	000
The Jural Model in Ascendance: 1954-1957	000
Resurgence of the Societal Model: 1957-1965	000
The Societal Model Rampant: 1966-1976	000
Law and Justice in the Post-Mao Era: Return to the Jural Model	000
The New Legal System	000
Legal Developments	000
The Trial Process	000
Mediation	000
Petitions	000
The Penal System	000
Conclusions	000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
9	The Role of the Military 000
Party and Army	000
Assessing the Maoist Model	000
The Influence of the Korean War on the PLA	000
The Revolt against Professionalism	000
Professionalism Returns	000
The Effect of the June Fourth Incident on the PLA	000
The Military under Jiang Zemin and Hu Jintao	000
Conclusions	000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
10	Education 000
Devising a System	000
The Drive for Egalitarianism and Fall Back toward Expertise	000
Redness Revisited: The Cultural Revolution	000
Egalitarians versus Experts: The Search for a Synthesis	000
The Search for Academic Excellence	000
Conclusions	000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
11	Quality-of-Life Issues: Health, Demography, and the Environment 000
Health	000
Demography	000
The Environment	000
Conclusions	000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
12	Conformity and Dissent: The Arts, the Media, and Social Control 000
Artist and Society in China	000
The Party, Art, and Social Protest	000
Post-1949 Control Mechanisms	000
Repression and Reaction	000
Culture and the Cultural Revolution	000
The Arts under Deng Xiaoping	000
Restrained Dissent	000
Protest Gains Momentum	000
Experimenting with Capitalism in the Arts	000
The Campaign against Spiritual Pollution	000
Looming Confrontation	000
The Tiananmen Demonstrations and Their Aftermath	000
Expression, Repression, and Social Control	000
Conclusions	000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
13	Ethnic Minorities and National Integration 000
China's Minority Peoples	000
Ethnicity in Communist Ideology	000
Minorities Policy in Practice	000
The Early Years: 1949-1957	000
The Great Leap Forward and Its Aftermath: 1959-1965	000
The Cultural Revolution: 1966-1971	000
Return to Pluralism: 1971-1977	000
Post-Mao Minorities Policy	000
Reform Produces Problems	000
External Factors	000
Repression Increases	000
Genuine Autonomy as a Possible Solution	000
Conclusions	000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
14	Foreign Policy 000
Determinants	000
Tradition	000
Ideology	000
Capabilities	000
Goals	000
The Formulation of Foreign Policy	000
Chinese Foreign Relations: An Overview	000
The "Lean to One Side" Policy: 1949-1954	000
The Bandung Spirit: 1954-1957	000
Resurgent Nationalism and Isolation: 1957-1969	000
Global Power Politics: 1969-Present	000
1969-1989: Triangular Politics	000
Counterbalancing the Sole Superpower: 1989-Present	000
Post-9/11 Developments	000
Conclusions	000
15	Conclusions 000
Suggestions for Further Reading	000
Useful Websites 000
Index 000
Illustrations
Maps
Political Map of China. 000
Map 2.1	(A) Bronze Age China: 1523-1028 b.c. and (B) Ming Dynasty: 1368-
1644. 000
Map 3.1	The Northern Expedition of the Kuomintang. 000
Map 4.1	Routes of the Long March. 000
Map 13.1	China's Minority Nationalities. 000
Figures
Figure 2.1	The Chinese Dynasties. 000
Figure 2.2	High-level equilibrium trap. 000
Figure 5.1	Organization of the Chinese communist party. 000
Figure 5.2	Organization of the government of the People's Republic of China. 
000
Figure 6.1	China's top leaders: Politburo standing committee, elected September 
1997. 000
Figure 6.2	China's top leaders: Politburo standing committee, elected November 
2002. 000
Figure 7.1	Tax revenue as a percentage of GDP. 000
Figure 7.2	China's GDP growth. 000
Figure 7.3	Growth in Gini coefficient. 000
Figure 7.4	Fiscal deficits. 000
Figure 7.5	Utilized foreign direct investment in China (all sources). 000
Figure 8.1	Organizational system of the people's courts of the PRC. 000
Figure 9.1	Recent Chinese defense budgets and inflation. 000
Figure 9.2	Military system of the People's Republic of China. 000
Figure 10.1	Selected characters, simplified forms, and pinyin pronunciations. 000
Figure 11.1	Increasing urbanization, 1990-2003 (in millions). 000
Figure 13.1	The administration of minorities work in China. 000
Figure 14.1	Organization of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 000
Tables
Table 10.1	Illiterate and Semi-Literate Population Aged Fifteen and Over by Sex 
and Region 000
Table 11.1	Population and Its Composition. 000
Table 13.1	China's Ethnic Minorities. 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

China -- Politics and government -- 1949-.