China Communism and Coca-Cola by Clyde Cameron
China Communism and Coca-Cola by Clyde Cameron
China Communism and Coca-Cola by Clyde Cameron
China Communism and Coca-Cola by Clyde Cameron
China Communism and Coca-Cola by Clyde Cameron
China Communism and Coca-Cola by Clyde Cameron
China Communism and Coca-Cola by Clyde Cameron
China Communism and Coca-Cola by Clyde Cameron

China Communism and Coca-Cola by Clyde Cameron

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China Communism and Coca-Cola

by Clyde Cameron

Hill of Content, 1980, [First Edition], ISBN 0855721170, decorated endpapers, hardcover, dustjacket

Very Good Condition, a little edge and shelf wear, a little rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, dustjacket shows a little edge and shelf wear with a little rubbing, bumping, creasing and chipping (see photographs)

“China, Communism and Coca-Cola traces the strands that make up Chinese society today; the communes, factories, city workers and their unions, the idealism of the leaders, China’s growing fear of aggression, the drive to modernise agriculture and industry, and the Chinese Government’s greatest success – housing, educating and feeding nearly one billion people.  Clyde Cameron examines China with shrewdness and practical wisdom gained during his forty years in Australian politics.
Fittingly, Cameron compares Chinese attitudes and policies with those he has encountered in Australian politics and administration.
China, Communism and Coca-Cola is a balanced, intriguing look at China of 1980 – as it turns from the overwhelmingly idealistic approach of Mao Tse-tung and, under new leadership, makes a careful adjustment to the pressures of the late twentieth century.”