"The Chinese domestic scene"
Second session of the China Symposium, held Nov. 22-24, 1971
2 hours 6 minutes
With: Scalapino, R. A. China in crisis.
William Hinton, an American farmer, writer and Marxist, was best-known for his 1966 book on the Communist Party of China's land reform program, Fanshen. This recording documents the second session of the China Symposium, held November 22-24, 1971. Robert Scalapino's lecture, "A China in crisis," preceded. In his remarks, Hinton discusses a recent trip that he made to the People's Republic of China during 1971 and the changes that had taken place since his last visit in 1953. A question and answer session follows.
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China -- Politics and government, Communism, Economics
Reel to reel, 3.75 ips, 1/4 track, mono
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Hinton, William, ""The Chinese domestic scene"" (1971). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 162.