Force and contention in contemporary China : memory and resistance in the long shadow of the catastrophic past
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Force and contention in contemporary China : memory and resistance in the long shadow of the catastrophic past / Ralph A. Thaxton, Jr.
Force & Contention in Contemporary China
|Main author:||Thaxton, Ralph, 1944- (Author)|
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Table of Contents:
- The Violent Dawn of Reform
- Contemporary Tax Resistance and the Memory of the Great Leap's Plunder
- Birth Planning and Popular Resistance
- Rural Schools and the "Best Citizens of the State" : The Struggle for Knowledge and Empowerment in the Aftermath of the Great Leap
- Official Corruption and Popular Contention in the Reform Era
- The Rise of the Electricity Tigers : Monopoly, Corruption, and Memory
- The Defeat of the Democratic Experiment and Its Consequences
- Contentious Petitioners and the Revival of Mao Era Repression
- Migration and Contention in the Construction Sector
- The Rise of the Martial Artists and the Two Faces of Mafia
- Cnclusion : Big Questions, Small Answers from Da Fo.