Cadres bureaucracy and political power in communist china by a doak barnett with a contribution by ezra vogel new york and london columbia university press 1967 pp xxix 563 1200 volume 62 issue 3 bruce d larkin. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. A doak barnett cadres bureaucracy and political power in communist china new york columbia university press 1967 pp xxix 563 volume 1 issue 4 john f melby. The chinese communist regime is seen to be a revolutionary and totalitarian movement operating in a tradition rooted but changing society which has attempted to create a new polity and use its political power to achieve rapid modernization and to transform chinas social structure and system of values. The parable of the blind men and the elephant is nowhere more appropriate than in contemporary china watching and no one is more aware than the prolific a deak barnett of the challenge and difficulties involved in assembling a coherent picture of the political system which has been governing 700 million chinese for the past eighteen years he is very careful here to make his modest aims
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