Franz Schurmann’s book appeared just as the long overdue reexamination of America’s China policy began. The timing could hardly have been more opportune. For Schurmann has produced the most significant study to date of contemporary China, a book valuable to both specialists and laymen. He had to be selective in dealing with his vast subject, and he has concentrated on two fundamental elements of the Communist regime: its ideology and organization. He has limited his discussion to ...
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