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The following is a list of literature of the Great Leap Forward.8 g+ k' b4 E5 r# K0 ]
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Becker, Jasper. Hungry Ghosts: Mao's Secret FamineAuthor. Henry Holt Books for Young Readers, 1998, S! C) W- d& K* o, o# g. v9 ~
p130-149 / "Anhui: Let's Talk About Fengyang,"" F, y; G# x/ V; ]  ]7 ~
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Thomas P. Bernstein. “Stalinism, Famine, and Chinese Peasants: Grain Procurements During the Great Leap Forward.” Theory and Society 13, no. 3 (1984): 339-77.
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Cheek, Timothy. Mao Zedong and China's Revolutions:A Brief History with Documents (The Bedford Series in History and Culture). Palgrave Macmillan, 2002* S+ _( Z) ]/ o" u: X" Y
pp. 24-26, 204-209.  Mao Zedong, "Talk at the Beidaihe Conference," in Cheek, pp. 160-166.
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Dreyer, June Teufel. China’s Political System (6th Edition). Pearson/Longman, 2008+ I, T" h4 o6 k3 z+ a. H
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" g9 B, V. ]0 o' S3 K+ k7 DGrasso, et. al. June. Modernization and Revolution in China: From the Opium War to the Olympics (4th edition).
# _8 N. p: X) Z9 `" h  y! sChapter. 8
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  m8 B' E' N* H9 g0 {6 wHarding, Harry. Organizing China: The Problem Of Bureaucracy, 1949-1976. Stanford University Press, 1981  v0 n) \  R- v, m
Chapter 6
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/ K1 M" O. |4 L- O: b9 b1 [; FHuaiyin Li. Village China under Socialism and Reform: A Micro History, 1948-2008 (Stanford University Press, 2009),
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( t7 r3 g/ F. N  i! \  v5 ?: AMeisner, Maurice. Mao's China and After: A History of the People's Republic, Free Press; 3rd Edition, 1999
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pages: 204-59, 273-77.
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1 {* K9 R% X  WSeybolt, Peter J. Throwing the Emperor from His Horse: Portrait of a Village Leader in China, 1923-1995. Westview Press, 1996
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Spence, Jonathan D. The Search for Modern China. New York: Norton, 2001.
# `5 E- |( S' F* i& R, ^Chpters 21,220 c; B* v1 a" p  S8 o4 u
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Zhai, Zhenhua. Red Flower of China. Soho Press, 1993
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5 a/ k. s3 V3 H9 ?. ?" E- QPart 1, pp. 3-52 and Part 2, pp. 55-79.: J( x6 N; u. U3 R

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( K8 p" E& M$ N+ g) a. lFrederick Teiwes, “The Establishment and Consolidation of the New Regime, 1949-57,” in Roderick MacFarquhar, ed., The Politics of China: The Eras of Mao and Deng (Cambridge University Press; 2 edition,1997.) j  \6 S7 E- t4 M
pp. 5-86
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Kenneth Lieberthal, “The Great Leap Forward and the Split in the Yan‟an Leadership, 1958-65,” in Roderick MacFarquhar, ed., The Politics of China: The Eras of Mao and Deng (2nd ed.),
6 \, j. I* r( E; E0 tpp. 87-147
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+ p$ |. ?" n3 J7 y: ?' w& r7 `1. Title: The Maoist hierarchy as seen from Red Flag articles- X' v5 N0 ^8 b9 Y( ~4 s2 L* S
Citation: Peking Informers (Hong Kong) 33, no.8 (Oct 16 1976) 4-6
6 o) ^$ p$ ~( ~! V, s" @ISSN: 0031-4110
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2. Title: Red Flag article calls for removal of incompetent Party members
3 C9 y6 e8 O& ], ]9 W# C( PCitation: Peking Informers (Hong Kong) 40, no.8 (16 Apr 1980) 5-69 i2 k: l* E9 C( f
ISSN: 0031-4110% L  D$ t0 G& U8 D' d1 r/ U5 R4 [

9 N; I0 I' B3 k" ], N3. Title: Changes in Red Flag journal from monthly to bimonthly
+ d5 S) i6 z  o8 s) WCitation: Peking Informers (Hong Kong) 40, no.2 (16 Jan 1980) 62 X1 z4 \' S6 e
ISSN: 0031-4110( K. B  {! }& W( s) s
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4. Educational Reforms and the Cultural Revolution: The Chinese Evaluation Process
: v: O% t& |% z# nRobert S. Wang) J. w3 t2 i+ m- [
Asian Survey, Vol. 15, No. 9 (Sep., 1975), pp. 758-774
( j. ~% v6 c1 _* K0 L" OPublished by: University of California Press1 C$ p. R" o5 m. @. m) }

. ?- u% }; c% A7 e/ O5. Chinese-Style Socialism: Some Aspects of Its Origin and Structure$ V$ v* ~/ t: S! V* J& O9 y+ T
Kazuma Egashira
4 [1 v( e; |0 g; a8 n1 bAsian Survey, Vol. 15, No. 11 (Nov., 1975), pp. 981-9951 {: ]$ w8 P1 y# r. ]0 E
Published by: University of California Press4 n+ I. O4 Z' L. }( E$ y# h

, f! ^" P& X" J7 O6. The Great Leap Forward in China: An Analysis of the Nature of Socialist Transformation- K! X/ L: I" j; L* K$ j
Author(s): Prasenjit Duara9 @8 t9 L  ~# u  t/ W
Source: Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 9, No. 32/34, Special Number (Aug., 1974),
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3 p- S3 W. o( x4 i7. Yang Xianzhen's Critique of the Great Leap Forward
: `0 P! t2 _- }, N1 K+ v# m) KAuthor(s): Michael Schoenhals% V/ J. Y. Y: I
Source: Modern Asian Studies, Vol. 26, No. 3 (Jul., 1992), pp. 591-608
% S! p  ^0 X! B$ b  K7 @Published by: Cambridge University Press2 ]- ?  s" Y$ P( H5 b

4 V  h+ U4 ?% j8 c, C/ \0 P- M8. "Red and Expert": The Politico-Ideological Foundations of China's Great Leap Forward, k8 r, Z; J9 K7 P3 r" a3 h  J
Author(s): Richard D. Baum
1 L/ @% S' M0 Z( LSource: Asian Survey, Vol. 4, No. 9 (Sep., 1964), pp. 1048-1057; V* K, f8 l8 [
Published by: University of California Press
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9. Agricultural Mechanisation in Communist China
, v4 w1 r! r  z) t0 n5 ~4 N- j3 e% ^Author(s): Leslie T. C. Kuo
) Q$ r  h: O5 C  o) YSource: The China Quarterly, No. 17 (Jan. - Mar., 1964), pp. 134-150$ |% O+ G! ~5 E% K! w6 x8 d
Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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10. China's Industrial Development, 1958-63$ L9 ^& w) L, l4 W# L0 }3 H
Author(s): Choh-Ming Li# H  u# O+ S! W2 d5 R
Source: The China Quarterly, No. 17 (Jan. - Mar., 1964), pp. 3-380 T5 s: `; T- g/ P' J/ Z
Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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' C2 N! D6 }; t0 ^+ t! [. C; k11. Water Conservancy in Communist China" e' M, B4 l- Q8 f
Author(s): Wen-Shun Chi
0 m( h4 ~9 f5 S+ XSource: The China Quarterly, No. 23 (Jul. - Sep., 1965), pp. 37-54
! @4 D6 n( ]" x4 EPublished by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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  G( H4 h/ i2 u: q4 p12. The Chinese Communist Youth Movement, 1949-1966) _/ c! K  b! n( M2 d- p! B
Author(s): Victor C. Funnell+ l) z8 T( L1 H: k
Source: The China Quarterly, No. 42 (Apr. - Jun., 1970), pp. 105-130
( }/ Y* _! d1 f" XPublished by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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; Q  h3 o5 x- X6 Z/ p13. Health Policy during the Great Leap Forward
6 K# P1 w5 V1 \1 {% x+ qAuthor(s): David M. Lampton9 p  {( L% ~# a! A3 \" D# u
Source: The China Quarterly, No. 60 (Dec., 1974), pp. 668-6981 g& Q3 F; u, L  \% ]! N
Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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14. The Hsia Fang System: Marxism and Modernisation) X& T% ?  d- g  r! C; D8 J8 `* p2 m7 d
Rensselaer W. Lee III
5 E1 P% i) ~- C. N7 J7 t1 @The China Quarterly, No. 28 (Oct. - Dec., 1966), pp. 40-62- ]: B" ^4 T- z; v6 \, z( z- J
Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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& V+ K- a/ e% [2 W15. Traditional Medicine in Communist China: Science, Communism and Cultural Nationalism4 U, @5 V! U% F. k* ?$ ^1 c% k
Author(s): Ralph C. Croizier" L3 H* _) l; [) ~- e
Source: The China Quarterly, No. 23 (Jul. - Sep., 1965), pp. 1-27
# [: g# L& a8 B9 [" y+ ^+ lPublished by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African; A% s3 H; l9 r) i2 T" x8 o7 u  K9 m
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, A: b1 ?& t; g6 I# i6 i* M  B! F7 b16. The Ts'an-k'ao Hsiao-hsi: How Well Informed Are Chinese Officials about the Outside World?% J& f6 ?# \* e; K
Author(s): Henry G. Schwarz! Y3 _/ x% O) ]6 V
Source: The China Quarterly, No. 27 (Jul. - Sep., 1966), pp. 54-83
/ A2 t! l! m' |9 \! ePublished by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies3 q9 q) f9 G2 R, h' C

; u" k# B9 ]0 s+ V- F  S: U; S  X17. China's Militia) p: x0 F3 l& a& u. ?: T
Author(s): John Gittings, n! q1 l- y7 I( O
Source: The China Quarterly, No. 18 (Apr. - Jun., 1964), pp. 100-117
# c/ r- h: Q- [* x4 MPublished by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies3 \+ @, t6 l5 n4 S
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18. Rural Administration in Communist China) W7 A% i  \8 t' G2 ^
Author(s): Roy Hofheinz
9 W4 S1 X- `7 d$ XSource: The China Quarterly, No. 11 (Jul. - Sep., 1962), pp. 140-159
' b3 r; Q5 O6 ePublished by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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9 p8 y$ \( z; Z% r6 |19. On Activism and Activists: Maoist Conceptions of Motivation and Political Role Linking State
( j8 X( {8 `+ l" z( q4 c6 f& ]to Society
6 @2 w) m! B7 VAuthor(s): Richard H. Solomon0 D9 c! _5 n) p. m% l4 l8 o5 E" c
Source: The China Quarterly, No. 39 (Jul. - Sep., 1969), pp. 76-114
5 b, n4 G0 `1 H2 RPublished by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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9 T8 o  `  w7 U" h( H20. Factory Management and Political Ambiguity, 1961-63' {1 n5 s8 p! g
Author(s): Stephen Andors
8 M# B1 ]9 h# r7 k4 SSource: The China Quarterly, No. 59 (Jul. - Sep., 1974), pp. 435-476, F5 q% |- u8 v( c# E) P
Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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3 p* a. n+ _* ]3 U- i8 m3 t21. Politics and Social Status in China$ V9 _2 d) X- F! Q* T
Author(s): Gordon White, Q# j0 o! ~0 C; Q* C, O- N% p
Source: Pacific Affairs, Vol. 51, No. 4 (Winter, 1978-1979), pp. 561-584
6 t( B" ^  ~( ]Published by: Pacific Affairs, University of British Columbia) Z6 ^# @& n3 P! I* z8 g, S

8 y8 L, p+ y# ]3 n22. The Changing Pattern of Rural Communes in Communist China
' L$ W& \/ D. u2 K- e) t/ o1 l! E1 sAuthor(s): Chu-yuan Cheng
* h8 H- c' f3 a& ?5 n! p1 zSource: Asian Survey, Vol. 1, No. 9 (Nov., 1961), pp. 3-9
  e/ D0 Q6 {% j& lPublished by: University of California Press
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23. The Role of the People's Commune in Rural Development in China5 ]) v5 d! X; w/ Z1 |# S, u
    * Greg O'Leary and Andrew Watson
* o/ k( B/ y( s5 i    * Pacific Affairs, Vol. 55, No. 4 (Winter, 1982-1983), pp. 593-612- v" _" O0 r  N2 S# g- }
    * Published by: Pacific Affairs, University of British Columbia
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' l: U: r" f( n1 n4 k8 ~6 q24. Politics and Epistemology in China since Mao3 C/ t( ^( b5 ]2 Q$ R6 v, @
    * Brantly Womack' ]( x; e0 m/ `, t" C
    * The China Quarterly, No. 80 (Dec., 1979), pp. 768-792
) l) t( k- E' G  S9 @) t    * Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies3 W) @* A) T- [1 t% |( z

: [& [1 F5 W- C. ^25. The Structural Evolution of "Criticism and Self-Criticism"' o& P, j* p& W* R. ~& \6 P: |  b7 B
    * Lowell Dittmer( l4 Y9 m3 H) g+ x
    * The China Quarterly, No. 56 (Oct. - Dec., 1973), pp. 708-729# ]3 Y2 q1 C% `/ W) S
    * Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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26.  "On China's Descending Spiral"
% \' u- M7 c, C; v) x. U    * Alexander Eckstein, G. F. Hudson, L. La Dany, Choh-Ming Li, Michael Lindsay, Roderick MacLeish, Fran... more
! E" T" @; r8 {& z4 N) _% r) F    * The China Quarterly, No. 12 (Oct. - Dec., 1962), pp. 19-53# S$ T. i, x/ ^3 }. x
    * Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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( S& B1 K+ w$ P27. Party Views of Science: The Record from the First Decade
+ O% y/ Q8 E1 M2 b    * Richard P. Suttmeier- P4 M/ ?: T. W: B8 g
    * The China Quarterly, No. 44 (Oct. - Dec., 1970), pp. 146-168( ~& \0 Y3 Q4 L! Z/ z* V, a
    * Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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% m2 p9 D/ x. M2 t4 h% M5 Z28. Revolutionary Nation-Building: The Chinese Model
% W" x$ ~9 U' j9 }    * R. G. Boyd# R1 X, d4 h* I2 e5 d1 ]: Q
    * International Journal, Vol. 25, No. 1 (Winter, 1969/1970), pp. 69-931 D  N6 B/ m! F* Y; e0 d* c: ]
    * Published by: Canadian International Council
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6 J6 V( r) q4 f1 ^& w29. Political Assessment of Intellectuals before the Cultural Revolution1 F* a/ k4 l' u7 k' E3 u
    * Sylvia Chan/ M4 i4 z# l5 A& P  X+ a4 D
    * Asian Survey, Vol. 18, No. 9 (Sep., 1978), pp. 891-911
# W7 G/ [( e3 u% N    * Published by: University of California Press
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1 k* ?) M9 w, N. C8 @: S30. Salvaging Confucian Education (1949-1983)- R( r  u$ p% t4 C8 K# U
    * Kam Louie
( Z4 V3 V- ^! a9 l: ~/ j    * Comparative Education, Vol. 20, No. 1, Special Anniversary Number (8): Education in China (1984), p... more
% ^8 R! |) n1 I$ ]7 ~    * Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd.3 S( O# C$ l* Y+ ~) c) a

. k* j* l8 d+ J2 w- X; l* P31. Mass Education in the Chinese Communes0 d- [1 C3 k0 d0 {7 ?, q
    * George P. Jan( v) H2 T- z% T+ R1 U  u
    * Asian Survey, Vol. 4, No. 10 (Oct., 1964), pp. 1102-1114
0 v* C0 Y7 }% v: `6 p; \0 V0 i# h    * Published by: University of California Press1 n' L7 o( T( w; d, S

2 V4 m: d) j8 T4 U6 K9 |) q32. Rural Marketing in China: Repression and Revival7 Q# y) J) d+ X; z4 x
    * G. William Skinner
0 T* Y$ r$ F$ E# C# K    * The China Quarterly, No. 103 (Sep., 1985), pp. 393-413
$ k0 m' |3 h  C2 G& C: W7 B1 W    * Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies' e& N# Y, r6 v" T( e

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; p% s. p6 z8 t- Y  u33. Review: Peng Dehuai and Mao Zedong
5 L6 l/ g  h1 _    * Frederick C. Teiwes; ^+ j0 n2 ^; Z
    * The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs, No. 16 (Jul., 1986), pp. 81-98" a! s/ H4 A$ a2 v, p, O
    * Published by: Contemporary China Center, Australian National University( q, A7 X9 A; a9 }# O% ~& w

4 a3 n# z6 N/ P3 g# G4 X1 l34. The Semihierarchical Totalitarian Nature of Chinese Politics
( X; t. }+ r: S/ y    * Weizhi Xie
2 J0 Y/ \$ D; g! T' Y' {# n5 E: Y    * Comparative Politics, Vol. 25, No. 3 (Apr., 1993), pp. 313-330/ C8 K) H! j  m8 T9 D* G
    * Published by: Ph.D. Program in Political Science of the City University of New York9 n" T# x/ l; Y. Q) r
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35. The Organisation and Development of Science
% }* L, E$ T# E% r1 [! B* H    * John M. H. Lindbeck
3 G) u: f( J; W3 e    * The China Quarterly, No. 6 (Apr. - Jun., 1961), pp. 98-1320 q3 E! F* x1 n; ?5 o- r% k$ S
    * Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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$ f# l* }2 I' U* M- ]& q36. An Exploration of the "Red-Expert" Issue in China Through Content Analysis
! o; ~  ]8 n9 [6 f, W    * John A. Kringen; b' e1 E4 o' {- J: F
    * Asian Survey, Vol. 15, No. 8 (Aug., 1975), pp. 693-707; O; z# g1 M4 j5 T% x- X
    * Published by: University of California Press* D' G( h! Y' t! l* d2 E
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37. Li Jingquan and the South-West Region, 1958-66: The Life and "Crimes" of a "Local Emperor"
' A- B  S. G, c: U    * David S. G. Goodman
. T: E) K9 T+ h& b! j    * The China Quarterly, No. 81 (Mar., 1980), pp. 66-96# ?' n' a; n4 G
    * Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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38. Love Songs and the Great Leap: The Role of a Youth Culture in the Revolutionary Phase of China's Eco... more: ?- i' V- K8 }8 P( \" x8 e& j. M
    * C. Fred Blake) i8 U- M9 v1 Q% q1 E- E- I8 Z
    * American Ethnologist, Vol. 6, No. 1 (Feb., 1979), pp. 41-54
+ {& C% S5 ^+ v' I" g    * Published by: Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the American Anthropological Association! |6 O! |" S) p' K
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39. The Dismissal of Marshal P'eng Teh-huai, T* E6 R: a# N
    * David A. Charles
8 M0 a, [+ O% d: |7 e2 G    * The China Quarterly, No. 8 (Oct. - Dec., 1961), pp. 63-765 Z; F* `0 n/ e: t2 i
    * Published by: Cambridge University Press on behalf of the School of Oriental and African Studies
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