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Class & Social Stratification in Post-Revolution China
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Class & Social Stratification in Post-Revolution China

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Class & Social Stratification in Post-Revolution China

James L. Watson, ed.

1984 First Edition. Cambridge University Press,  Cambridge

University of London; Joint Committee On Contemporary China 

Gilt letters on full green cloth in NEAR FINE condition with a like dust jacket. 289 pp.

Contents include:  1) Class and class formation in Chinese Society, by James L. Watson; 2) Chinese views of social classification, by Philip A. Kuhn; 3) Classes, old and new, in Mao Zedong’s Thought by Stuart R. Schram; 4) The decline of virtuocracy in China by Susan L. Shirk;  5) Destratification in China by William L. Parish; 7) Bourgeois radicalism in the ‘New Class’ of Shanghai by Lynn T. White III;  8) Marriage choice and status groups in contemporary China by Elisabeth Croll;  9) Sexual inequality under socialism: the Chinese case in perspective by Martin King White;  with Notes & Index.

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