Mutant Social Growths

Billingsley, K. L.
January 1995
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan1995, Issue 49, p12
Focuses on the religious implications of cultural revolution in China. Role of liberation in turning the society towards socialism; Overview of the book "China: People-Questions," published by the National Council of Churches (NCC) in 1975; Arguments of reverend Donald MacInnis, former director of the NCC's china program, on the link between religion and communism.


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