China’s refusal to conform to the Soviet-style orthodoxy is an opportunity, not an obstacle, to comparative analysis. The Chinese revolution, with its rural base, has been an inspiration to many more contemporary attempts of radical social and political change than that of the urban-based Bolshevik revolution in Russia. This book not only traces the roots of the Chinese experience but by analysing the evolution of Chinese socialism explores its implications elsewhere.
€12.00 Incl. VAT
1 in stock