China Without Mao

Terrill, Ross
September 1976
New Republic;9/25/76, Vol. 175 Issue 13, p24
Focuses on the political and social aspects related to China and influence of politician Mao Tse-tung in the country. Brief description about situation of schools in the country; Attitude of Chinese officials towards international economic relations; Views of Chinese officials for an independent and stable government in Laos; Discussion about Chinese politics after the death of Mao and role of China in international scenario; Views of army officials in China about the United States and the Soviet Union; Effect of fall of Teng Hsiao-ping and rise of Hua Kuo-feng on politics of the country; Need for debate on issues between Teng and Communists leaders in China; Views that as far as foreign policy is concerned China stands on a crossroad.


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