Black Hands of Beijing: Lives of Defiance in China's Democracy Movement

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Wiley, May 3, 1993 - History - 400 pages
A riveting chronicle of Communist oppression and the struggle for democratic reform in China from 1976 to the present. Reveals some of the first details of the years following Tiananmen Square focusing on three leading figures in the democracy movement. Features narratives from scores of other key figures in the movement told in their own words.

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Black and Munro's account of the 1989 democracy movement uses segments of dialog between China's best-known reformers--in particular, Wang Juntao, Chen Ziming, and Han Dongfang--to render a surreal ... Read full review

Contents

Growing Up in the Big Storm
3
Festival of the Dead
20
The Thinking Generation
37
Copyright

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