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Harrison E. Salisbury • 91 Items / 29 Articles, 33 Reviews, 28 Books, 1 Film
Tiananmen Diary (1989)
Thirteen Days in June
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  1. Books & the Arts
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    Very Quiet. Too Quiet. (Review)
    Tiananmen Diary, by Harrison E. Salisbury
    1. Tiananmen Diary by Harrison E. Salisbury
    The Nation, October 30, 1989, pp. 498-499
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    China Present, China Future (Review)
    Tiananmen Diary, by Harrison E. Salisbury
    1. Tiananmen Diary by Harrison E. Salisbury
    National Review, November 10, 1989, p. 54
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    The Empire Strikes Back (5 Reviews)
    Tiananmem: The Rape of Peking, by Michael Fathers and Andrew Higgins
    1. Tiananmem: The Rape of Peking by Michael Fathers and Andrew Higgins
    2. Tiananmen Square by Scott Simmie and Bob Nixon
    3. Tiananmen Diary by Harrison E. Salisbury
    4. June Four
    5. Beijing Spring by David C. Turnley, Peter Turnley, and Melinda Liu, ...
    The New York Review of Books, February 1, 1990, pp. 21-25
  4. Books
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    China: The Time of Song and Tears (6 Reviews)
    Cries for Democracy, by Minzhu Han and Sheng Hua
    1. Cries for Democracy by Minzhu Han and Sheng Hua
    2. Tiananmen Square by Scott Simmie and Bob Nixon
    3. China Rising by Lee Feigon
    4. Tiananmen Diary by Harrison E. Salisbury
    5. The Iron House by Michael S. Duke
    6. Human Rights in the People's Republic of China by Ann Kent
    Problems of Communism, January 1991, pp. 119-125
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    Recent Books on International Relations (7 Reviews)
    Asia and the Pacific
    1. One Step Ahead in China by Ezra F. Vogel
    2. China Briefing, 1989 by Anthony J. Kane
    3. If Everybody Bought One Shoe by Graeme Browning
    4. Tiananmen Diary by Harrison E. Salisbury
    5. Strategic Pragmatism by Michele Schmiegelow and Henrik Schmiegelow
    6. Pacific-Asian Economic Policies and Regional Interdependence by Robert A. Scalapino
    7. Breaking the Curfew by Emma Duncan
    Foreign Affairs, Winter 1989, pp. 222-223