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Mao and Marx. Modern China, 2.4, 3.1, 2, and 4 (October 1976; January, April, October 1977)

October, 1976

 

Philip C. C. Huang

Editor's Foreword

Modern China 1976 2: 419-420.

 

Richard M. Pfeffer

Mao and Marx in the Marxis t Leninist Tradition: A Critique of "The China Field" and a Contribution to a Preliminary Reappraisal

Modern China 1976 2: 421-460.

 

Benjamin I. Schwartz

The Essence of Marxism Revisited: A Response

Modern China 1976 2: 461-472. 

 

 

January, 1977

  

Andrew G. Walder

Marxism, Maoism, and Social Change

Modern China 1977 3: 101-118.

 

 

April, 1977

 

Andrew G. Walder

Marxism, Maoism, and Social Change: A Reexamination of the "Voluntarism" in Mao's Strategy and Thought

Modern China 1977 3: 125-160.

 

Frederic Wakeman

A Response

Modern China 1977 3: 161-168.

 

Stuart R. Schram

Some Reflections on the Pfeffer- Walder "Revolution" in China Studies

Modern China 1977 3: 169-184. 

  

 

October, 1977

 

Richard M. Pfeffer

Mao and Marx: Understanding, Scholarship, and Ideology-A Response

Modern China 1977 3: 379-386. 

 

Andrew G. Walder

A Response

Modern China 1977 3: 387-393.

 

Stuart R. Schram

Comment

Modern China 1977 3: 395-400. 

 

Maurice Meisner

Mao and Marx in the Scholastic Tradition

Modern China 1977 3: 401-406.   

 

Mark Selden

Karl Marx, Mao Ze-dong, and the Dialectics of Socialist Development

Modern China 1977 3: 407-417. 

 

Edward Friedman

Marx and Mao and

Modern China 1977 3: 419-426.  

 

Stephen Andors

Mao and Marx: A Comment

Modern China 1977 3: 427-433. 

 

John Bryan Starr

On Mao's Self-Image as a Marxist Thinker

Modern China 1977 3: 435-442.  

 

John G. Gurley

The Symposium Papers: Discussion and Comments

Modern China 1977 3: 443-464.