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China and the New Maoists




China and the New Maoists

By  
Kerry Brown (Author)

Zed Books, 2016
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    About this book

Forty years after his death, Mao remains a totemic, if divisive, figure in contemporary China. Though he retains an immense symbolic importance within China's national mythology, the rise of a capitalist economy has seen the ruling class become increasingly ambivalent towards him. And while he continues to be a highly visible and contentious presence in Chinese public life, Mao's enduring influence has been little understood in the West. In China and the New Maoists, Kerry Brown and Simone van Nieuwenhuizen look at the increasingly vocal elements who claim to be the true ideological heirs to Mao, ranging from academics to cyberactivists, as well as at the state's efforts to draw on Mao's image as a source of legitimacy. This is a fascinating portrait of a country undergoing dramatic upheavals while still struggling to come to terms with its past.
 
    About the author

Kerry Brown is the professor of Chinese studies and the director of the Lau China Institute,at King's College, London. He is an associate at the Asia Programme at Chatham House, London, and the author of eleven books on modern China, the latest of which is CEO China: The Rise of Xi Jinping. Simone van Nieuwenhuizen is based at the University of Sydney. This is her first book.
 
    Details
 
ISBN: 9781783607594
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 200
Sizes: 216x135mm
Publication: 8/2016
Weight: 249g
Languages:
English


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