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London: Contemporary China Institute, 1961-1965. Nineteen issues of the scholarly journal on contemprorary China, length varying from 176 to 276 pages per issue, mildly worn in wraps, good to very good. Issues present include 6-20, 22-24. The earlier issues are mostly Airmail editions, printed on thinner paper to make them...
Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1969. Pamphlet. 32p., wraps, musty, rear wrap soiled and worn, else good condition. "This pamphlet contains two articles: 'Victory for Chairman Mao's Great Principle of Maintaining Independence and Keeping the Initiative in Our Own Hands and Relying on Our Own Efforts-Hail China, a Socialist Country Without...
Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1974. Five issues, average length around 100 pages, very good paperbacks. Numbers present are 3, 5, 6, 7 and 8. Contents include English translations of politically oriented stories and polemical essays, with some revolutionary artwork. Political issues of concern at the time included the anti-Confucian movement and criticism of Lin Biao.
Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1969. 43p., plus 16p. B&W photo section and two fold-out maps, very good. On the conflict between Soviet and Chinese border guards on Chenpao Island. Photos show troops arguing, and piles of Soviet military gear left abandoned in the snow after their retreat.
Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1972. Pamphlet. ii, 35p., b&w illust., wraps, cover decorated with a fine color-onlay image, very good condition, 5.25x7.25 inches. Describes the application of acupuncture to curing deafness and the inability to speak. Cover illustrates Chao Pu-yu in Red Guard outfit placing a needle into his own.....
Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1974. 40p., staplebound pamphlet, very good. Late Cultural Revolution campaign to demonize Mao's former comrade-in-arms Lin Biao, combined with criticism of Confucius as an ideological tool of the ancient slave-owning aristocracy and Soviet scholars of Chinese philosophy as "Revisionists"
Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1962. 75p., slender paperback, 5x7 inches. Some sun-fading along the spine, otherwise very good. Two-tone cover decoration shows stylized bomb labeled "U S" with an olive branch profiled across. Seven articles, some reprinted from the Renmin Ribao newspaper, including "The Kennedy administration's true face," Kennedy's wishful...