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The Communist takeover of Hangzhou : the transformation of city and cadre, 1949-1954

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Title:The Communist takeover of Hangzhou : the transformation of city and cadre, 1949-1954
Authors:Gao, James Zheng, 1948
Keywords:Zhongguo gong chan dang -- History
Hangzhou Shi (China)
Date Issued:c2004
Publisher:Honolulu : University of Hawaiʻi Press
Description:Includes bibliographical references (p. [263]-325) and index.
On the Eve of the Takeover -- Making the Urban Policy -- The Searching for Cadres -- Luzhongnan: The Revolutionary Base -- Luzhongnan: The Pool of Cadres -- Hangzhou before Communism -- The Imperial Examination -- Conclusion -- Training the Cadres -- The Urgent Task for Luzhongnan -- Overcoming the Major Obstacle -- The Enthusiastic Students -- The Third Group of Recruits -- The Key Preparations -- Conclusion -- The First Efforts -- The Disciplined Soldiers -- 'A Strange City" -- The Early Elaboration -- The "Lion-Fox" Strategy -- "Making Smoke Rise" -- The "Silver Dollar War" -- Conclusion -- One Step Back, Two Steps Forward -- The Temporary Retreat -- Fish Cannot Leave Water -- The Rural Revolution and Class Consciousness -- Winning over the Youngsters -- Mobilizing the Working Class -- Conclusion -- The Korean War and the City -- From the White Paper to the Korean War -- From Beijing Conferences to the Crusade in Hangzhou --
Reorganizing the Urban Dwellers -- Suppression of Counterrevolutionaries -- The Intellectual Thought Reforming Campaign -- Conclusion -- The Trial of Strength -- The Changing Cadres -- The Three-Anti Campaign in Hangzhou -- The Five-Anti: An Economical Struggle -- The Five-Anti: A Political Communication -- The New Three-Anti Campaign -- Conclusion -- The Women's Cadres -- Women Shaped the Revolution -- Bound Feet in the Revolution -- The South-bound Cadres and Their Rural Wives -- Women's Cadres in the City -- The Women's Federation -- New Women's Cadres -- Conclusion -- The "East Geneva" -- A Changed Strategy -- Mao's Manors at the Lake Shore -- The Temples: Not Just Religion -- The Women's Opera: A Cultural Heritage -- Toward Socialism -- Conclusion -- Opportunism -- A Political Ritual -- Dual Identities.
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x, 339 p. ill., maps 24 cm
Appears in Collections: UH Press Publications - China, Hong Kong (China) & Taiwan

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