Using the Past to Serve the Present: Historiography and Politics in Contemporary China

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M.E. Sharpe, 1993年5月27日 - 304 頁
An historiographical examination of the political debates of the 1980s over despotism in Chinese history and over Party history. The extent of popular culture and its reinterpretation of history is also assessed, as governmental control of the media has decreased.

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Introduction
1
David Holm The Strange Case of Liu Zhidan
104
Ancient Symbols
124
Susanne WeigelinSchwiedrzik Party Historiography
151
Geremie Barmi History for the Masses
260
Index
287
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