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|Title:||Why is the battle for China’s past relevant to us today?|
|Citation:||Aspects of India's Economy, 2014; (59-60):12-28|
|Publisher:||Research Unit for Political Economy|
|Abstract:||Abstract not available|
|Description:||No.s 59-60: REMEMBERING SOCIALIST CHINA, 1949-1976 On October 1, 1949, at Tienanmen Square, Mao Zedong proclaimed the creation of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). It is to mark the 65th anniversary of that proclamation in Tienanmen Square, and the 27 years of socialist China that followed it, that we are bringing out this special issue. Includes: Mobo Gao, "Why Is the Battle for China's Past Relevant to Us Today?"; Dongping Han:, "The Socialist Legacy Underwrites the Rise of Today’s China in the World"; Hao Qi, "Distribution and Social Transition at Tonggan"|
|Rights:||All material © copyright 2015 by R.U.P.E. (Research Unit for Political Economy)|
|Appears in Collections:||Asian Studies publications|
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