- Introduction; Chinese leaders and Chinese politics, by H. L. Boorman -- The Taiping Rebellion; editor's introduction: Hung Hsiu-chʼüan and the Taiping uprising, by F. Michael. The mental illness of Hung Hsiu-chʼüan, leader of the Taiping Rebellion, by P. M. Yap. Hung Jen-kan, Taiping Prime Minister, 1859-1864, by Kwan-wai So and E. P. Boardman, with the assistance of Chʼiu Pʼing. Li Hsiu-chʼeng; Taiping hero, by S. Uhalley, Jr. -- The Repblican Revolution; editor's introduction: Sun Yat-sen, Yang Chʼü-yün, and the early revolutionary movement in China, by Chün-tu Hsüeh. Huang Hsing; co-founder of the Republic of China, by Chin Chʼung-chi and Hu Süeng-wu. Translated by Chün-tu Hsüeh. The life and writings of Tsou Jung, by Chün-tu Hsüeh and G. R. Schiff. Problems of a late Chʼing Revolutionary: Chʼen Tʼien-hua, by E. P. Young. A Chinese democrat; the life of Sung Chiao-jen, by Chün-tu Hsüeh. Hu Han-min; his career and thought, by M. T. Kennedy, Jr. Wang Ching-wei; a political profile, by H. L. Boorman -- The Communist movement; editor's introduction; Chʼen Tu-shiu; his career and political ideas, by Yü-ju Chih. Li Ta-chao and the intellectual prerequisities for the Maoist strategy of revolution, by M. Meisner. The early life of Mao Tse-tung, by E. Snow. Chang Kuo-tʼao and the Chinese Communist movement, by Chün-tu Hsüeh. The variegated career of Chʼen Kung-po, by C. M. Wilbur. Chʼü Chʼiu-pai's autobiograhical writings; the making and destruction of a "Tenderhearted" Communist, by T. A. Hsia. Chou En-lai, by Kai-yu Hsu. Liu Shao-chʼi: the man and the iceberg, by H. L. Boorman.
- Bibliography Note:
- Bibliography: pages 565-567.
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