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The Red Guard (1967)
A Report on Mao's Revolution
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    Book Reviews (4 Reviews)
    China After Mao, by A. Doak Barnett
    1. China After Mao by A. Doak Barnett
    2. China Looks at the World by Francois Geoffrey-Dechaume
    3. Literary Dissent in Communist China by Merle Goldman
    4. The Red Guard by Hans Granqvist
    American Political Science Review, June 1968, pp. 588-589
  2. Regular Features
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    Book Reviews (5 Reviews)
    Studies on China
    1. Enemies and Friends by Lyman P. Van Slyke
    2. Cadres, Bureaucracy, and Political Power in Communist China by A. Doak Barnett
    3. The Spirit of Chinese Politics by Lucian W. Pye
    4. Dollars, Dependents and Dogma by Chun-hsi Wu
    5. The Red Guard by Hans Granqvist
    Current History, September 1968, pp. 171-181
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    Book Reviews (5 Reviews)
    China: The People's Middle Kingdom and the U.S.A., by John King Fairbank
    1. China: The People's Middle Kingdom and the U.S.A. by John King Fairbank
    2. China: The Other Communism by K.S. Karol
    3. The Red Guard by Hans Granqvist
    4. The Chinese Communist Army in Action by Alexander L. George
    5. The Chinese People's Liberation Army by Samuel B. Griffith II
    Political Science Quarterly, September 1969, pp. 527-529
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    Recent Books on International Relations (18 Reviews)
    East Asia and Pacific Ocean
    1. U.S. Policy and the Security of Asia by Fred Greene
    2. Negotiating With the Chinese Communists by Kenneth T. Young
    3. Western Intruders by James P. Warburg
    4. Across the Pacific by Akira Iriye
    5. Chou En-lai: China's Gray Eminence by Kai-yu Hsu
    6. The Red Guard by Hans Granqvist
    7. Contemporary China: A Research Guide by Peter Berton and Eugene Wu
    8. China's Economic System by Audrey Donnithorne
    9. Dollars, Dependents and Dogma by Chun-hsi Wu
    10. The Spatial Economy of Communist China by Yuan-Li Wu, H.C. Ling, and Grace Hsiao
    11. Literary Dissent in Communist China by Merle Goldman
    12. Formosa, China, and the United Nations by Lung-chu Chen and Harold D. Lasswell
    13. Contest Over Japan by Herbert Feis
    14. The Japanese Mind by Charles A. Moore and Aldyth V. Morris
    15. Central Power in the Australian Commonwealth by Robert G. Menzies
    16. Australia Faces Southeast Asia by Amry Vandenbosch and Mary Belle Vandenbosch
    17. New Zealand by James W. Rowe and Margaret A. Rowe
    18. The Drama of Fiji by John Wesley Coulter
    Foreign Affairs, April 1968, pp. 615-616
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    Book Marks (19 Reviews)
    Cadres, Bureaucracy, and Political Power in Communist China, by A. Doak Barnett
    1. Cadres, Bureaucracy, and Political Power in Communist China by A. Doak Barnett
    2. China and the West by Wolfgang Franke
    3. Crisis Now by James M. Gavin and Arthur T. Hadley
    4. U.S. Policy and the Security of Asia by Fred Greene
    5. The Red Guard by Hans Granqvist
    6. Vietnam Folly by Ernest Gruening and Herbert W. Beaser
    7. A Short History of Chinese Communism by Franklin W. Houn
    8. How Communist China Negotiates by Arthur Lall
    9. China: The Other Communism by K.S. Karol
    10. Thailand: The War That Is, the War That Will be by Louis E. Lomax
    11. Women in Modern China by Helen Foster Snow
    12. Enemies and Friends by Lyman P. Van Slyke
    13. The East Is Red by Maslyn Williams
    14. Anatomy of China by Dick Wilson
    15. Storm Over Asia by Robert Karr McCabe
    16. Asian Diary by Charlotte Y. Salisbury
    17. Negotiating With the Chinese Communists by Kenneth T. Young
    18. Vietnam Triangle: Moscow/Peking/Hanoi by Donald S. Zagoria
    19. China White Paper, August 1949 by Lyman P. Van Slyke
    The Nation, May 6, 1968, pp. 613-614