Early Communist China: Two Studies

by Ronald Suleski and Daniel H. Bays
Michigan Monographs In Chinese Studies
University of Michigan Press, 1969
Paper: 978-0-89264-004-1, eISBN: 978-0-472-12819-8, OA eISBN: 9780472902194

Contains two detailed case studies. In “The Fu-t’ien Incident, December 1930,” Ronald Suleski describes the pivotal incident in the power struggle between Mao Zedong and the Communist Central Committee. Daniel Bays’s study of “Agrarian Reform in Kwangtung, 1950–1953” focuses upon the measures taken by the Chinese Communist Party to control and eventually collectivize rural elites in Kwangtung province.

Ronald S. SULESKI is Professor of History and Director of The Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Studies at Suffolk University.
Daniel H. BAYS is Professor Emeritus of History at Calvin College.

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