The Chinese Revolution: Was it Necessary? Was it Successful? Is it Still Going On?

Authors

  • William Hinton

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-043-06-1991-10_1

Keywords:

History, Movements

Abstract

This is a revised and expanded version of a talk delivered at Harvard University on June 5, 1991, at the fiftieth reunion of the class of 1941, as part of the Classmates' Symposia, "Topics in Politics and the Economy." Moderator, Lincoln Bloomfield; panelists, Gerald Alter, William Hinton, and Eliot Richardson (all of the class of 1941).

Published

1991-11-01

Issue

Section

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