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A. Doak Barnett Archives
A. Doak Barnett • 27 Items / 19 Books, 7 Articles, 1 Review
China on the Eve of the Communist Takeover (1963)
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    Asia and the East (Review)
    China on the Eve of the Communist Takeover, by A. Doak Barnett
    1. China on the Eve of the Communist Takeover by A. Doak Barnett
    The American Historical Review, April 1964, p. 849
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    China Before Mao (Review)
    China on the Eve of the Communist Takeover, by A. Doak Barnett
    1. China on the Eve of the Communist Takeover by A. Doak Barnett
    Problems of Communism, July 1964, pp. 51-54
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    View from the Mainland (3 Reviews)
    China on the Eve of the Communist Takeover, by A. Doak Barnett
    1. China on the Eve of the Communist Takeover by A. Doak Barnett
    2. A Man Must Choose by Eric Chou
    3. Ta Ta, Tan Tan: "Fight Fight, Talk Talk..." by Valentin Chu
    The Saturday Review, July 13, 1963, pp. 25-26
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    Soviet Bloc (14 Reviews)
    Berlin and the Future of Eastern Europe, by David S. Collier and Kurt Glaser
    1. Berlin and the Future of Eastern Europe by David S. Collier and Kurt Glaser
    2. China on the Eve of the Communist Takeover by A. Doak Barnett
    3. Communist China Today by Peter S.H. Tang
    4. I Was an NKVD Agent by Anatoli Granovsky
    5. The Iron Curtain by Harry Allen Overstreet and Bonaro Overstreet
    6. The Kremlin by Victor Alexandrov
    7. Moscow and Chinese Communists by Robert C. North
    8. Peasant Nationalism and Communist Power by Chalmers A. Johnson
    9. Polycentrism by Walter Laqueur and Leopold Labedz
    10. Red World in Tumult by DeVere E. Pentony
    11. Russian Classics in Soviet Jackets by Maurice Friedberg
    12. Soviet Attitudes Towards Non-Military Regional Cooperation by Klaus Tornudd
    13. Through the Glass of Soviet Literature by Ernest J. Simmons
    14. Two Generations of Soviet Man by John Kosa
    Orbis, Summer 1963, pp. 429-430