Table of contents for A Tibetan revolutionary : the political life and times of Bapa Phčuntso Wangye / Melvyn C. Goldstein, Dawei Sherap, and William R. Siebenschuh.


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List of Illustrations

Preface

Acknowledgments

Note on Romanization and Abbreviations

List of Key Persons

Introduction. A Brief Historical Context

PART I. GROWING UP IN KHAM AND CHINA

1. Childhood in Batang

2. The Coup of Lobsang Thundrup

3. School Years

PART II. THE TIBETAN COMMUNIST PARTY ERA

4. Planning Revolution

5. Returning to Kham

6. To Lhasa

7. The Indian Communist Party

8. On the Verge of Revolt

9. Escape to Tibet

10. From Lhasa to Yunnan

PART III. THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

11. The Return to Batang

12. The Seventeen-Point Agreement

13. To Lhasa Again

14. With the PLA in Lhasa

15. A Year of Problems

16. An Interlude in Beijing

17. Beginning Reforms

PART IV. INCARCERATION

18. Tension in Lhasa

19. Labeled a Local Nationalist

20. To Prison

21. Solitary Confinement

22. A Vow of Silence

PART V. AFTER PRISON

23. Release from Prison

24. A New Struggle

25. Nationalities Policy

Epilogue. A Comment by Phunwang

Appendix A. Original Charter of the Eastern Tibet People's Autonomous Alliance

Appendix B. Summary of Talks with Tibetan Exile Delegations

Appendix C. Some Opinions on Amending the Constitution with Regard to Nationalities

Glossary of Correct Tibetan Spellings

Index



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