China Learns from the Soviet Union, 1949-Present (The by Hua-Yu Li, Thomas P. Bernstein, Tina Mai Chen, Izabella

By Hua-Yu Li, Thomas P. Bernstein, Tina Mai Chen, Izabella Goikhman, Guiha Guan, Donghui He, Xiaojia Hou, You Ji, Hanbing Kong, Lorenz Luthi, Elizabeth McGuire, Gregory Rohlf, Gilbert Rozman, Laurence Schneider, Douglas Stiffler, Péter Vámos, Miin-ling Yu, J

During this publication a world crew of students examines China's popularity and supreme rejection of Soviet types and practices in monetary, cultural, social, and different geographical regions.

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38 Thus, Stalin and Mao alike adhered to an ideology that was both radical and anti-establishment. Despite the loose political and ideological relationship between Soviets and the Chinese Communists between 1927 and 1945, Stalin and Mao saw eye-toeye on the basic nature of international affairs. 39 Against the background of the emerging division of Europe and the Soviet refusal to participate in the Marshall Plan, Andrei Zhdanov revived Stalin’s views at the founding meeting of the Cominform in September of 1947.

58. See note 5. 59. William A. Joseph, et. , New Perspectives on the Cultural Revolution (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1991), 41, 43, 54. 60. Gilbert Rozman, The Chinese Debate about Soviet Socialism, 1978–1985 (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1987), see especially, 154–83 and 310–32. 61. See also Elizabeth Wishnick, Mending Fences (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2001). 62. See David Shambaugh, China’s Communist Party: Atrophy and Adaptation for close analysis of how the lessons of the Soviet collapse are being applied to boost the CCP’s chances of survival.

Cf Dorothy J. , Three Visions of Chinese Socialism (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1984) for analyses of market, radical, and bureaucratic models of governance. 26. , Mao Zedong zhuan, 1949–1976 (shang) [Mao Zedong Biography, vol. , Zhongguo Gongchandang de 70 nian [70 Years of the CCP], (Beijing: Zhonggong dangshi chubanshe, 1991), 287. 27. Bo Yibo, Ruogan zhongda juece yu shijian de huigu [Recollections of certain major decisions and events] (herein after as Bo Yibo) (Beijing: Zhonggon dangxiao chubanshe, 1991), 59 ff.

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