Party-Military Relations in the PRC After Mao, 1976-1990

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The importance of party-military relations in the People's Republic of China was succinctly stated by Mao in his dictum that "political power comes from the gun" and "the Party should command the gun." Party-military relations in the PRC have never fully conformed to Mao's warning. This study seeks to analyze the nature and types of party-military relations in the PRC during the post-Mao period and the factors affecting change in these relations.

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Hung, Lu-hsun Theodore December 1991.

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The importance of party-military relations in the People's Republic of China was succinctly stated by Mao in his dictum that "political power comes from the gun" and "the Party should command the gun." Party-military relations in the PRC have never fully conformed to Mao's warning. This study seeks to analyze the nature and types of party-military relations in the PRC during the post-Mao period and the factors affecting change in these relations.

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Hung, Lu-hsun Theodore. Party-Military Relations in the PRC After Mao, 1976-1990, dissertation, December 1991; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277990/: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .