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  1. Bold Words from China
    When the Party's top theoretical organ advocates freedom of discussion, every writer fe...
    The American Spectator, June 1985, pp. 19-21
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    Broken Faith: Steven Mosher, Stanford, and China (Review)
    Stanford's commissars purge a right-leaning deviationist
    1. Broken Earth by Steven W. Mosher
    The American Spectator, February 1984, pp. 15-17
  3. China's Lost Generation
    The Fate of the Red Guards Since 1968
    The Saturday Review, November 30, 1974, pp. 12-19
  4. China's Post-Thaw Blues
    Marx is dead, Mao is dead, and Deng isn't feeling so well himself.
    The American Spectator, April 1981, pp. 11-14
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    The Coldest Winter in Peking (2 Reviews)
    The Execution of Mayor Yin, and Other Stories from the Great Proletarian Cultural Revol...
    1. The Execution of Mayor Yin, and Other Stories from the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution by Chen Jo-Hsi
    2. The Coldest Winter in Peking by Chih-Yen Hsia
    The American Spectator, November 1978, pp. 31-32
  6. Departments
    Eminentoes/Peking Duck
    The American Spectator, July 1982, pp. 23-25
  7. The Gang of Fourteen: Street Life in China
    A talk with a street tough, recently from the People's Republic
    The American Spectator, June 1978, pp. 5-6
  8. Rich Man, Poor Man, Chinaman
    In the New China, the mendicant arts survive---necessarily
    The American Spectator, June 1980, p. 18
  9. Departments
    Spectator's Journal/Hong Kong
    Before the Anschluss
    The American Spectator, November 1984, pp. 30-31
  10. Books
    What Are They Reading in China?
    The Saturday Review, September 30, 1978, pp. 42-43
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