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John Soane (Architectural Monographs No. 8)

by G. Tilman-Mellinghoff, David Dunster (Editor)

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Modern China has gone through varying stages of crisis. From empire to democratic republic, from Sovietized-Marxian dictatorship to Dengist reform, the nation, tragically, has paid a high toll in sacrifice. The century's revolutionary leaders have either simply failed or have unforgiveably misguided the nation. The author argues that although Mao Zedong and his kind did not understand this, Deng Xiaoping does. David Wen-Wei Chang, a native Chinese speaker, looks at the history of the nation and assesses its likely future.

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