The Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution

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The story of contemporary China typically dates back to Mao's 1949 revolution. But in this classic work of Marxist scholarship, historian Harold Isaacs uncovers how workers and peasants struggled for a different kind of revolution in the 1920s, one built from the bottom up. The defeat of their heroic efforts profoundly shaped the further course of modern Chinese history.

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Author Issacs, Harold
Binding Paperback
No. of Pages 550
Publisher Haymarket
Date of Publication 2009
ISBN 9781931859844

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