1. De-ideologized Mass Line, Regime Responsiveness, and State-Society Relations
  2. Alexander Korolev
  3. pp. 7-36
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  1. Navigating Unknown Waters: The Chinese Communist Party's New Presence in the Private Sector
  2. Xiaojun Yan, Jie Huang
  3. pp. 37-63
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  1. In Between the Divine and the Leviathan: Faith-based Charity, Religious Overspill and the Governance of Religion in China*
  2. Susan K. McCarthy
  3. pp. 65-93
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  1. Private Entrepreneurs as a "Strategic Group" in the Chinese Polity
  2. Gunter Schubert, Thomas Heberer
  3. pp. 95-122
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  1. An Emerging Group Name "Gongyi": Ideational Collectivity in China's Civil Society*
  2. Fengshi Wu
  3. pp. 123-150
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  1. Face Funds: Political Maneuvers around Nonstate Welfare in Rural China*
  2. Tom Cliff
  3. pp. 151-178
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  1. Preventing Protest One Person at a Time: Psychological Coercion and Relational Repression in China*
  2. Kevin J. O'Brien, Yanhua Deng
  3. pp. 179-201
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  1. Centrifugal Empire: Central-Local Relations in China by Jae Ho Chung (review)
  2. John Donaldson
  3. pp. 203-205
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  1. Reinventing Chinese Tradition: The Cultural Politics of Late Socialism by Ka-ming Wu (review)
  2. Tim Oakes
  3. pp. 206-208
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  1. Jia'nada huaqiao yiminshi 1858–1966 by David Chuenyan Lai, Ding Guo, and Bobbie Jia (review)
  2. Xiaohong Wan
  3. pp. 209-212
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  1. Chengshi zhongguo de luoji by Yingfang Chen (review)
  2. Yue Ray Gong
  3. pp. 213-215
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  1. Evolving State-Society Relations in China: Introduction*
  2. Fengshi Wu
  3. pp. 1-6
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