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The Cultural Revolution: A Very Short Introduction
"This remarkably full and efficient account provides a basic narrative of the Cultural Revolution, and then discusses in greater depth its politics, culture, economics, foreign relations, and memory."
Personal Accounts in Print
Red-Color News Soldier by
Call Number: DS778.7 .L52 2003
Hidden photos and diary of a photojournalist during the Cultural Revolution.
The Red Mirror: Children of China's Cultural Revolution by
Call Number: DS778.7 .W45 1995
Now adults, survivors recall their childhood during the tumultuous years between 1965 and 1976
Ten Years of Madness by
Call Number: DS778.7 .T44 1996
The testimonials of 15 people from all walks of life-from red guards and rebels to workers and intellectuals-who were persecuted.
Society & Popular Culture
Columbia International Affairs Online -- working papers, book chapters, articles, and policy briefs in political science.
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Offers citations and abstracts of political science literature, including international relations, law, sociology, economics, and public administration/policy.