Black hands of Beijing

lives of defiance in China's democracy movement

By Black, George & Munro, Robin

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ISBN
978-0-47157-977-9
Publisher
New York ; John Wiley, c1993.


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Library Journal

Reviewed on May 1, 1993

Black and Munro's account of the 1989 democracy movement uses segments of dialog between China's best-known reformers--in particular, Wang Juntao, Chen Ziming, and Han Dongfang--to render a surreal picture of life outside the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) structure, branded as a "black hand.'' The authors, a columnist for the Los Angeles Times and a China specialis...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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