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Lucien Bianco La révolution fourvoyée. Parcours dans la Chine du XXe siècle La Tour-d’Aigues, Éd. de l’Aube, 2010,232p.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 January 2017

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Révolutions (comptes rendus)
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Copyright © Les Éditions de l’EHESS 2011

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References

1- Voir le livre récent d’Andrew G. WALDER, Fractured rebellion: The Beijing red guard movement, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 2009.

2- Dikötter, Frank, Mao's great famine: The history of China's most devastating catastrophe, 1958- 1962, Londres, Bloomsbury, 2010, p. 298.Google Scholar Ces analyses restent sujettes à caution, comme le montre le compte rendu de Gráda, CormacÓ, « Great leap into famine », Population and Development Review, 37-1, 2011, p. 191-210.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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