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Chu-Yuan Cheng • 21 Items / 8 Books, 12 Articles, 1 Review
Behind the Tiananmen Massacre (1990)
Social, Political, and Economic Ferment in China
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Behind the Tiananmen Massacre, by Chu-Yuan Cheng
    1. Behind the Tiananmen Massacre by Chu-Yuan Cheng
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1991, p. 341
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    Comparative Politics (3 Reviews)
    China and the Challenge of the Future, by Carol Lee Hamrin
    1. China and the Challenge of the Future by Carol Lee Hamrin
    2. Behind the Tiananmen Massacre by Chu-Yuan Cheng
    3. China's Crisis by Andrew J. Nathan
    American Political Science Review, June 1991, p. 663
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    Book Reviews (4 Reviews)
    On China
    1. China and Its National Minorities by Thomas Heberer
    2. The Ili Rebellion by Linda Benson
    3. Cries for Democracy by Minzhu Han and Sheng Hua
    4. Behind the Tiananmen Massacre by Chu-Yuan Cheng
    Current History, September 1990, pp. 270-282
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    Asia and the Pacific
    1. Behind the Tiananmen Massacre by Chu-Yuan Cheng
    2. Two Societies in Opposition by Ramon H. Myers
    3. China and the Crisis of Marxism-Leninism by Franz Michael, Carl Linden, Jan Prybyla, and Jurgen Domes, ...
    4. Policies of Chaos by Lynn T. White III#2
    5. The Coming War With Japan by George Friedman and Meredith LeBard
    6. Democracy and Development in East Asia by Thomas W. Robinson
    7. The Dawn of the Pacific Century by William Maxwell McCord
    8. Evolving Pacific Basin Strategies by Dora Alves
    9. Encountering the Dominant Power by William T. Tow
    10. Hong Kong Countdown by George L. Hicks
    11. City On the Rocks by Kevin Rafferty
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1991, pp. 186-188