1. Consent to Contend: The Power of the Masses in China's Local Elite Bargain
  2. Xiao Ma
  3. pp. 1-29
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  1. Clientelistic State Corporatism: The United Front Model of "Pairing-Up" in the Xi Jinping Era
  2. Xingmiu Liao, Wen-Hsuan Tsai
  3. pp. 31-56
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  1. Confronting China in an Asymmetric Relationship: The Case of Peace Efficacy in Taiwan
  2. Chih-yu Shih
  3. pp. 57-87
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  1. The Ousting of General Secretary Hu Yaobang: The Roles Played by Peng Zhen and Other Party Elders
  2. Yen-Lin Chung
  3. pp. 89-122
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  1. Revolutions, Catastrophes, and the Dictators: A Review of Stalin and Mao by Lucien Bianco
  2. Chang-tai Hung
  3. pp. 123-146
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  1. Cosmopolitan and Vernacular Dynamics in Creating Cultural Memory: A Review of Da jiang da hai: 1949 by Lung Ying-tai
  2. Irmy Schweiger
  3. pp. 147-170
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  1. Sheyun niandai: Xianggang zhengzhi kangzheng de guiji ed. by Edmund W. Cheng and Samson Wai-hei Yuen (review)
  2. Ho-fung Hung
  3. pp. 171-175
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  1. The End of Concern: Maoist China, Activism, and Asian Studies by Fabio Lanza (review)
  2. Patrick David Buck
  3. pp. 182-186
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  1. Responsive Authoritarianism in China: Land, Protest, and Policy Making by Christopher Heurlin (review)
  2. Zheng Su
  3. pp. 187-189
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