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Mao Tse-Tung • 33 Items / 20 Books, 8 Articles, 5 Poems
Basic Tactics (1966)
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Published Reviews
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    Political Theory, History of Political Thought, and Methodology (Review)
    Basic Tactics, by Zedong Mao
    1. Basic Tactics by Zedong Mao
    American Political Science Review, December 1967, p. 1121
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    Books in Brief (Review)
    Basic Tactics, by Zedong Mao
    1. Basic Tactics by Zedong Mao
    National Review, February 21, 1967, p. 213
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    Communist Bloc (9 Reviews)
    Basic Tactics, by Zedong Mao
    1. Basic Tactics by Zedong Mao
    2. Behind the Great Wall by Lorenz Stucki
    3. The Comintern: Historical Highlights by Milorad M. Drachkovitch and Branko Lazitch
    4. Eastern Europe in Transition by Kurt London
    5. Food and Agriculture in Communist China by John Lossing Buck, Owen L. Dawson, and Yuan-li Wu, ...
    6. Foundations of Maoism by Ram Swarup
    7. Peaceful Coexistence by Lt. Col. Bernard A. Ramundo
    8. Soviet Attitudes Toward Authority by Margaret Mead
    9. Ten Years After by Tamas Aczel
    Orbis, Spring 1967, pp. 315-316
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    Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    East Asia and Pacific Ocean
    1. Chinese Philosophy, 1949-1963 by Wing-Tsit Chan
    2. Chinese Communism by Robert C. North
    3. Mao Tse-tung in Opposition, 1927-1935 by John E. Rue and S.R. Rue
    4. Basic Tactics by Zedong Mao
    5. China Under Mao by Roderick MacFarquhar
    6. Chinese Political Thought by Yung Ping Chen
    7. Formosa: A Study in Chinese History by William G. Goddard#2
    8. Japan's Quest for Autonomy by James B. Crowley
    9. Religion in Japanese History by Joseph M. Kitagawa
    10. The Korean Communist Movement, 1918-1948 by Dae-Sook Suh
    11. The Philippines: Yesterday and Today by Delia Kuhn and Ferdinand Kuhn
    Foreign Affairs, April 1967, p. 567