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China 1966-1976, Cultural Revolution Revisited – Can It Happen Again?
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Authors: Guang Wu (DreamSciTech Consulting, Guangxi, China) 
Book Description:
In many ways, this book is very different from almost all other books on this topic, not because this book does not depend on any individual case, personal sufferings, anecdotes and secret documents, but because its analyses and conclusions are different. For example, the analysis shows that Mao Zedong had no need to launch the Cultural Revolution to defeat Liu Shaoqi because Mao Zedong had many options; the Cultural Revolution was well-desiged, well-prepared, well-organized, and well-controled because . . ; Why the Cultural Revoluiton was so brutal because . . ; Most surprisingly, the analysis suggests that Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping might co-design the Cultural Revolution because . . Finally, this book discusses the pros for and cons against the reoccurrence of Cultrual Revolution in the future.
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Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-xiii

Chapter 1. Fundamental Conditions for Our Analysis, pp. 1-8

Chapter 2. Problems Existed before the Cultural Revolution, pp. 9-17

Chapter 3. Mao Zedong’s Options and Preparations, pp. 19-34

Chapter 4. Counter-Measures, pp. 35-42

Chapter 5. Damage Control during Cultural Revolution, pp. 43-52

Chapter 6. What did the Cultural Revolution Really Do?, pp. 53-62

Chapter 7. Mao Zedong’s Heritage, pp. 63-68

Chapter 8. A Different Revolution, pp. 69-74

Chapter 9. Who Hijacked the Cultural Revolution, pp. 75-84

Chapter 10. Lessons to Learn, pp. 85-90

Chapter 11. Why only China Has such Cultural Revolution, pp. 91-98

Chapter 12. Can Conspiracy Theory Work for Cultural Revolution?, pp. 99-106

Chapter 13. Can a Similar Revolution Happen again?, pp. 109-116

Chapter 14. Final Remark, pp. 117-118

References, pp. 119-120

Index pp.121-126

   Series:
      China in the 21st Century
      Focus on Civilizations and Cultures
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 139, 6 x 9
   ISBN: 978-1-61209-337-6
   Status: AV
  
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