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James E. Sheridan

should be of considerable interest to Western readers who search for an understanding of the Japanese educational process. East-West Center 1777 Honolulu, U.S.A. WILLIAM K. CUMMINGS BOOK REVIEWS Lee Chong-sik, Struggle in Manchuria: Chinese Communism and Soviet Interest, 1922-1945 (University of

Colin Legum and L.N. Pribitkovskij

I Mr. Fritz Schatten's book is a model of how not to write about communism in Africa. It is not as if the author does not possess expertise about communism and about Marxist ideology, or that he does not know Africa. Clearly, he does. But his approach to communism and to Africa is that the

Richard W. Wilson

poetic form, will have to wait. McGill University Montreal, Canada MAX DORSINVILLE BOOK REVIEWS James C. Hsiung, Ideology and Practice : The Evolution of Chinese Communism. New York, Praeger, 1970, pp. viii, 359, bibliography, index, $ 11.00. Writing a largely straightforward political history, Professor

Peter Marshall

146 James R. Hooker, Black Revolutionary. George Padmore's Path from Communism to Pan-Africanism. New York, Frederick A. Praeger, 1967, 168 pp. $ 5.50. The ultimate destinations of those involved in British left wing politics between the wars have proved so various, in terms of both place and

Eugene Lubot

Chinese communism, gathered by General Ch'en during his military campaigns in the 1930's. (See Tien-wei Wu, "The Kiangsi Soviet Period: A Bibliographical Review on the Ch'en Ch'eng Collection," The Journal of Asian Studies, XII, 2 (February, 1970), pp. 385-412.) This is a valuable resource on the Kiangsi

Robert H. Detrick

organized, and what groups will be called upon to bear the costs of transforming India into a Utopian state are questions the author fails even to ask. Rider College Trenton, U.S.A. JEAN M. GRAY BOOK REVIEWS Ezra Vogel, Canton Under Communism : Programs and Politics in a Provincial Capital 1949

E. Ike Udogu

Incomplete Metamorphic Democracy as a Conceptual Framework in the Analysis of African Politics An Exploratory Investigation E. IKE UDOGU* ABSTRACT The end of the Cold War and the collapse of communism in Eastern Europe, effectively reduced the East-West conflicts that tended to spill over into

Olufemi Vaughan

explores the political and economic consequences of perestroika on African states. Section III discusses the political, military and economic implications of the demise of communism in Eastern Europe on both national and regional politics in the sub- continent. Section IV argues that the consolidation of

Robert E. Clute

Despite enormous Soviet arms supplies to Africa, the V.S. stressed economic assistance throughout the 1970s and did not increase arms shipments. However, the fall of the Shah of Iran, the leftist regime in Mozambique and the Soviet-Cuban military build-up in Ethiopia and Angola, completely changed V.S. strategy in the 1980s. American emphasis shifted to the Horn of Africa. Increased aid was funneled to Kenya, Somalia and the Sudan. Support for Southern Africa states was minimal. The Reagan administration viewed South Africa as a bulwark against Communism and the Namibian question became stalemated.

Victor N. Kobayashi

of Marxist-Lenist ideology is isolable as a major object of study in the modern history of China, no picture of intellectual life is complete without some consideration of how other idea systems waxed and waned as Communism gained 284 dominance. Barry Keenan's lucid study of John Dewey