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Roy Hofheinz • 2 Books
The Broken Wave (1977)
The Chinese Communist Peasant Movement, 1922-1928
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    Asia and the East (Review)
    The Broken Wave, by Roy Hofheinz, Jr.
    1. The Broken Wave by Roy Hofheinz, Jr.
    The American Historical Review, April 1978, p. 500
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    Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    Asia and the Pacific
    1. Chinese Shadows by Simon Leys
    2. Up to the Mountains and Down to the Villages by Thomas P. Bernstein
    3. The Broken Wave by Roy Hofheinz, Jr.
    4. China's Future by Allen S. Whiting and Robert F. Dernberger
    5. China, Oil, and Asia: Conflict Ahead? by Selig S. Harrison
    6. Chinese Perception of the World by G.W. Choudhury
    7. Whither China: The View From the Kremlin by Morris Rothenberg
    8. China Diary by Paul Paddock
    9. De-Recognizing Taiwan by Victor H. Li
    10. The Future of the Korean Peninsula by Young C. Kim and Abraham M. Halpern
    11. The Foreign Policy of Modern Japan by Robert A. Scalapino
    12. Policymaking in Contemporary Japan by T.J. Pempel
    13. Murder of a Gentle Land by John Barron and Anthony Paul
    Foreign Affairs, January 1978, pp. 458-460
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    Book Reviews (14 Reviews)
    On China
    1. The Chinese Economy: Problems and Policies by Jan S. Prybyla
    2. Doctoral Dissertations on China, 1971-1975 by Frank J. Shulman
    3. Political Behavior of Adolescents in China by David M. Raddock
    4. Mao's China and After by Maurice Meisner
    5. P'yongyang Between Peking and Moscow by Chin O. Chung
    6. The Sinkiang Story by Jack Chen
    7. Chinese Shadows by Simon Leys
    8. The Broken Wave by Roy Hofheinz, Jr.
    9. The Chinese Connection by Warren I. Cohen
    10. China and the Major Powers in East Asia by A. Doak Barnett
    11. China-Watch: Toward Sino-American Reconciliation by Robert G. Sutter
    12. China, Oil, and Asia: Conflict Ahead? by Selig S. Harrison
    13. Mao Tse-Tung and the Chinese People by Roger Howard
    14. The Widening Gulf by Selig S. Harrison
    Current History, September 1978, pp. 77-90