The End of the Maoist Era: Chinese Politics During the Twilight of the Cultural Revolution, 1972-1976

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This book launches an ambitious reexamination of the elite politics behind one of the most remarkable transformations in the late twentieth century. As the first part of a new interpretation of the evolution of Chinese politics during the years 1972-82, it provides a detailed study of the end of the Maoist era, demonstrating Mao's continuing dominance even as his ability to control events ebbed away. The tensions within the "gang of four," the different treatment of Zhou Enlai and Deng Xiaoping, and the largely unexamined role of younger radicals are analyzed to reveal a view of the dynamic of elite politics that is at odds with accepted scholarship. The authors draw upon newly available documentary sources and extensive interviews with Chinese participants and historians to develop their challenging interpretation of one of the most poorly understood periods in the history of the People's Republic of China.
 

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XM
3
Chapter 1
18
UltraLeft and UltraRight
25
Responding to the Lin Biao Crisis
31
Zhou Enlais Setback on the Foreign Affairs Front
85
Wang Hongwen and the Tenth Congress
93
The Second Cultural Revolution Fall 1973Summer 1974
110
Another Kissinger Visit More Problems for Zhou Enlai
124
The Turn against
382
Liu Bings Letters
388
The Issues and Participants Expand
399
Zhang Aiping
416
Hu Qiaomu
423
The Death of Zhou Enlai and a New Leadership Equation
435
FebruaryMarch 1976
448
Chapter 7
462

The Politburo Meets
132
Chapter 3
178
August 1974January 1975
186
Chapter 4
234
NPC to Summer 1975
245
Chapter 5
305
Chapter 6
364
Chapter 8
525
The Purge of the Gang of Four SeptemberOctober 1976
536
Tensions over Act according to
563
Toward the Arrest of the Radicals
569
Conclusion
595
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