China: What the Squabbling's About

Karnow, Stanley
February 1974
New Republic;2/23/74, Vol. 170 Issue 8, p14
Focuses on political and economic conditions of China under the leadership of Communist leader Mao Tse-tung. Questions on the economic stability of the country; Overview on the domestic and foreign policy of Mao Tse-tung; Resurgence of anti-Communist movement; Features of youth movement started by China against the university entrance examinations on the grounds that they penalize the less educated children of peasants and workers; Factors responsible for the outbreak of Cultural Revolution in China; Emergence of Communist party bureaucrat Teng Hsiao-ping, during the Cultural Revolution; Criticism of Western composer Beethoven by Chinese propagandists.


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