Back Issues of the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars Indexed By Author

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Lai, H. M.

  • A Historical Survey of Organizations of the Left Among the Chinese in America [4:3]

Lakha, Salim

  • Organized Labor and Militant Unionism: The Bombay Textile Workers' Strike of 1982 [20:2]

Lal, Radhika

  • A Report on the Concerned South Asians Coalition: One Year After Ayodhya [25:4]

Larcom, Richard

  • The Diplomacy of Disregard [2:1]

Larsen, Jensine

  • Crude Investment: The Case of the Yadana Pipeline in Burma [30:3]

Lasek, Elizabeth

  • Imperialism in China: A Methodological Critique [15:1]

Lau Pok-chi and Jonathan Unger

  • Between Mao and Manna: A Photo-Essay on the Chinese Countryside in Transition [21:1]

Launer, Michael K., Marilyn J. Young, and Kang Sugwon

  • KAL Flight 007 / Correspondence [18:3]

Launius, Michael A.

  • The State and Industrial Labor in South Korea [16:4]

Lawless, Robert

  • Four Books on Indonesia by Caldwell, Franke, Freney, and Hill / A Review Essay [9:4]

  • Sound of the Mountains / A Review Essay [15:4]

Layer, Robert G.

  • Reforming the Center [3:2]

Lee, Ann

  • The Kwangju Uprising and Poetry by Ko Chong-hui, a Writer of South Cholla [29:4]

Lee, Edmund

  • Economic Reform in Post-Mao China: An Insider's View [15:1]

Leiserson, Michael

  • Comments on Dore (on modernization) [1:3]

Lent, John A.

  • The Restructuring of Mass Media in Malaysia and Singapore: Pounding in the Coffin's Nails? [16:4]

Lerner, Elinor

  • The Chinese Peasantry and Imperialism: A Critique of Chalmers Johnson's Peasant Nationalism and Communist Power [6:2]

Levang, Patrice

  • From Rags to Riches in Sumatra: How Peasants Shifted from Food Self-Sufficiency to Market-Oriented Tree Crops in Six Years [29:2]

Lever-Tracy, Constance, and Noel Tracy

  • A Rejoinder to the Hart-Landsberg/Burkett Critique of the "Mismatch Model" [31:4]

  • The Three Faces of Capitalism and the Asian Crisis [31:3]

Levine, Steven I.

  • Simmons' The Strained Alliance / A Review [8:3]

Levy, Richard

  • Analyzing China's Socialist Revolution/A Review Essay [9:4]

  • Mao, Maoism, and China / A Review Essay [16:4]

Lewandowski, Susan

  • Cultural Revolt in Colonial Society by Gail Omvedt / A Review [11:2]

Lewontin, Steve

  • Hunger / A Review Essay [10:1]

Lie, John J. (see also Fitzgerald, John)

  • Fascist Japan as Number One / A Review Essay [19:3]

  • Japanese Education as Number One / A Review [21:1]

  • MITI as Number One: Ideology and Industrial Policy / A Review Essay [17:4]

  • Moral Ambiguity, Disciplinary Power, and Academic Freedom [29:1]

  • The "Problem" of Foreign Workers in Contemporary Japan [26:3]

  • Rethinking the Miracle: Economic Growth and Political Struggles in South Korea / A Review [23:4]

Lim Mah Hui

  • Capitalism and Industrialization in Malaysia [14:1]

Lim Mah Hui and P. Ramasamy

  • Three Books on Malaysia / A Review Essay [12:2]

Lin, Sharat G.

  • Shankar Guha Niyogi: Beyond Conventional Trade Unionism in India [24:3]

Lin, Sharat G., and Madan C. Paul

  • Bangladeshi Migrants in Delhi: Social Insecurity, State Power, and Captive Vote Banks [27:1]

Lin, Sharat G., and Nagashwar Patnaik

  • Migrant Labor at ASIAD '82 Construction Sites in New Delhi [14:3]

Lin Tongqi

  • The China-Centered Approach: Traits, Tendencies, and Tensions / A Review Essay [18:4]

Lin, Vivian

  • Productivity First: Japanese Management Methods in Singapore [16:4]

Lindsey, Charles W.

  • A Contract for Underdevelopment / A Review [25:1]

  • European Companies in the Philippines / A Review [22:4]

  • Marcos and Martial Law in the Philippines by D.A. Rosenberg / A Review [12:3]

  • The Philippine State and Transnational Investment [19:2]

  • Southeast Asia in the 1980s: The Politics of Economic Crisis / A Review [24:3]

  • Unequal Alliance: The World Bank, The International Monetary Fund, and the Philippines / A Review [22:4]

Linenthal, Edward T.

  • Between History and Memory: The Enola Gay Controversy at the National Air and Space Museum [27:2]

Lipman, Jonathan N.

  • Beautiful Merchandise: Prostitution in China, 1860-1936 by Sue Gronewald / A Review [16:1]

Lippit, Noriko Mizuta

  • Affirming the Other's Madness: Feminism in Translation / A Response to Sandra Buckley [20:3]

  • Literature, Ideology, and Women's Happiness: The Autobiographical Novels of Miyamoto Yuriko [10:2]

Lippit, Victor

  • Economic Development and Welfare in China [4:2]

  • The People's Communes and China's New Development Strategy [13:3]

Litzinger, Ralph A.

  • Questions of Gender: Ethnic Minority Representation in China [32:4]

Liu Ban-nong

  • A Paper Window Between / Poem [8:1]

Livingston, Jon (see also Peck, James)

  • Prospects for Graduate-Level Asian Studies in Canada [1:1]

Livingston, Jon, Bryant Avery, Joe Moore, Bill and Nancy Doub

  • The Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars from the Perspective of Past and Present Managing Editors [21:2-4]

Lo-Lim, Miriam

  • Five Books on World Hunger / A Review [13:3]

Lohmann, Larry

  • Peasants, Plantations, and Pulp: The Politics of Eucalyptus in Thailand [23:4]

Long, Don

  • Repression and Development in the Periphery: South Korea [9:2]

Louie, Kam

  • Searching for Cultural Roots: Rediscovering Things That Confucius Did Not Say / review essay [27:3]

Luce, Don (see Bonacci, Mark)

Lufrano, Richard

  • The 1988 Nanjing Incident: Notes on Race and Politics in Contemporary China [26:1-2]

  • Nanjing Spring: The 1989 Student Movement in a Provincial Capital [24:1]

  • Policing Shanghai / Book review [28:3-4]

Luh, Catherine L., and David A. Wilson

  • Acupuncture, Politics, and Medicine / A Review Essay [10:1]

Lum Wing Tek, Sam Tagatak, Lawson Fussao Inada, and Shawn Hsu Wong

  • Poetry [4:3]

Lutz, Catherine

  • The Compact of Free Association, Micronesian Non-Independence, and US Policy [18:2]

Luyt, Brendan J.

  • Philippine Forests / Book review [28:3-4]

  • Plundering Paradise: The Struggle for the Environment in the Philippines, by Robin Broad with John Cavanagh [28:1]

Ly Chanh Trung

  • Why Do I Want Peace / Translated and with an Introductory Note by Ngo Vinh Long [1:3]

Ly Phuong Lien (see To Huu)

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