Back Issues of the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars Indexed Chronologically

Volume 6

  • No. 1: January-March 1974

    • Janet Salaff - Modern Times in Hong Kong

    • Rick Doner - The Development of Agribusiness in Thailand

    • John W. Dower - Occupied Japan: A Working Bibliography

    • Eqbal Ahmad - America and Russia in South Asia: Conflict or Collusion?

    • Peter Caplan - Weather Modification and War

    • Ruben Diario - Managing the Media Filipino Style

    • Celso Banaag - Political Prisoners in the Philippines' New Society

    • Nguyen Cong Binh - David Marr's Vietnamese Anticolonialism / A Review

    • Jayne Werner - Introduction to Binh, Comments on Vietnamese Anticolonialism

    • T. A. Bisson - The American-Japanese Co-Prosperity Sphere: Japanese Imperialism Today by Halliday and McCormack / A Review

    • Connie Young Yu - Fragment from a Lost Diary by Katz and Milton / A Review

    • James Seymour - Sovereignty in the South China Sea

    • John Comer - Spring Offensive 1972 and the People of Nambo/ Poetry

  • No. 2: April-August 1974

    • Roger Boardman - Chinese Foreign Policy: Towards Authentic Social Science

    • Edward Friedman - Chinese Foreign Policy and American Social Science

    • Roger Boardman - Rejoinder

    • Edward Friedman - Surrejoinder

    • Roland Berger - Financial Aspects of Chinese Planning

    • Carmel Budiardjo - Political Imprisonment in Indonesia

    • Robert Cruikshank and Luzviminda Francisco - Communications: Exchange on the Philippines

    • John Comer - The Gouffre a Bataillons: A French Artillery Officer at Dienbienphu 1954 / Poetry

    • Don Roden - Forays in Japanese Cultural Psychology: Socialization for Achievement by George De Vos / A Review

    • Gordon Bennett - The Academy on Japanese Foreign Policy: Nine Recent Books / A Review Essay

    • Elinor Lerner - The Chinese Peasantry and Imperialism: A Critique of Chalmers Johnson's Peasant Nationalism and Communist Power

    • Neville Maxwell - The Sino-Soviet Boundary Question: Tai Sung An's The Sino-Soviet Territorial Dispute / A Review

    • Cheryl Payer - Harvard on China II: Logic, Evidence, Ideology / A Review of Myers' The Chinese Peasant Economy and Hou's Foreign Investment and Economic Development in China, 1840-1937

    • Gail Omvedt - New Perspectives on the Subcontinent: Gough and Sharma (eds) Imperialism and Revolution in South Asia

    • Michael Markowitz - Simonsen and Dunnigan's The East is Red: A Simulation of a Sino-Soviet War

    • J. H. Sechi - Houston's Farewell to Manzanar and Sone's Nisei Daughter

    • Richard Kagan - Chomsky and Zinn (eds) The Pentagon Papers, vol.5

  • No. 3: September-October 1974

    • Barbara Boyle Torrey - Australian Imperialism in Papua New Guinea

    • Nguyen Khac Vien - The Vietnamese Experience and the Third World

    • Brett Nee - Sanya: Japan's Internal Colony

    • Steve Andors - Hobbes and Weber vs. Marx and Mao: The Political Economy of Decentralization in China

    • Joe Moore - The Japanese Worker: Abegglen's Management and Worker, The Japanese Solution; Cole's Japanese Blue Collar; Dore's British Factory-Japanese Factory / A Review Essay

    • Bruce Cumings - The Life of a Korean Communist: Nym Wales and Kim San, Song of Ariran / A Review

    • Leo Cawley - Captains of Erudition: Nielsen, The Big Foundations / A Review

    • Cheryl Payer - Mamdani, The Myth of Population Control / A Review

  • No. 4: November-December 1974

    • Richard Franke - Solution to the Asian Food Crisis: Green Revolution or Social Revolution?

    • Richard Franke - A Guide to Radical Literature on Economic Development With Special Reference to Asian Economic Development

    • Gail Omvedt - Agrarian Crisis in India / A Review Essay

    • Andre Menras - How America Mocked the Ceasefire: Vietnam Since the Paris Agreement

    • Bryant Avery - Teaching China in College: Nine Texts / A Review Essay

    • Bay Area China Education Project - Highly Recommended Secondary Classroom Materials on China

    • Concepcion Aguila - Detention Camp: Manila

    • Geoffrey Arlin - Martial Law in the Philippines: Two Years Later

    • Usha Mahajani - Aliens, Ambassadors, and Academic Freedom: Moynihan vs. the First Amendment

    • James Robinson - Academic Freedom and the Occupation of Germany and Japan

    • Gavan McCormack - The Mitsui Empire: John Roberts' Mitsui: Three Centuries of Japanese Business / A Review

    • Usha Mahajani - American Neocolonialism in the Philippines: Alejandro Lichauco's The Lichauco Paper / A Review

Volume 7

  • No. 1: January-March 1975

    • Vera Schwarcz - Ibsen's Nora: The Promise and the Trap

    • Jan and Steve MacKinnon - Agnes Smedley: A Working Introduction

    • Agnes Smedley - The Dedicated / A Story

    • Jane Price - Women and Leadership in the Chinese Communist Movement, 1921-1945

    • Norma Diamond - Collectivization, Kinship, and the Status of Women in Rural China

    • Phyllis Andors - Social Revolution and Women's Emancipation: China During the Great Leap Forward

    • Gail Omvedt - Caste, Class, and Women's Liberation in India

    • Susan Mody and Sharayu Mhatre - Sexual Class in India

    • Maria Mies - Indian Women and Leadership

    • Betsey Cobb - Kamaladevi Chattopadhyaya

  • No. 2: April-June 1975: Imperialism and Development in Asia

    • Michael Klare - The Nixon-Kissinger Doctrine and America's Pacific Basin Strategy

    • Mark Selden - American Global Enterprise and Asia

    • Michael Morrow - The Politics of Southeast Asian Oil

    • Gordon White - North Korean Chuch'e: The Political Economy of Independence

    • Thadeus Flood - The Thai Left Wing in Historical Context

    • Mai Ho - Klare's War Without End / A Review

    • Russell Baker - Losing Others' Lands: It Should Make your Blood Boil

  • No. 3: July-September 1975

    • Le Van Hao - The Path of a Patriotic Intellectual

    • Peter Britton - Indonesia's Neocolonial Armed Forces

    • Benedict Stavis - How China is Solving Its Food Problem

    • Liane Ellison Norman - The Man Who Wanted to Write Fiction

    • Charles Fishman - The War Moves On / A Poem

    • Thomas Breslin - Trouble Over Oil: America, Japan, and the Oil Cartel 1934-1935

    • Herbert P. Bix - Imagistic Historiography and the Reinterpretation of Japanese Imperialism

    • John Gurley - The Chinese Worker: Howe's Wage Patterns and Wage Policy in Modern China 1919-1972, and Hoffman's The Chinese Worker / A Review Essay

    • Benedict Stavis - Wang and Apthorpe's Rice Farming in Taiwan/ A Review

  • No. 4: October-December 1975

    • A Correspondent - The Emergency in India

    • Liane Ellison Norman - The Whale in the Rice Paddy

    • Kang Sugwon - President Park and His Learned Friends: Some Observations on Contemporary Korean Statecraft

    • Frank Baldwin - America's Rented Troops: South Koreans in Vietnam

    • Phyllis Andors - Studying Chinese Women: Review of Wolf and Witke, Women in Chinese Society

    • Miyamoto Yuriko - From Nobuko; translated by Brett Nee

    • Yamazaki Tomoko - From Sandakan No. 8 Brothel; translated by Tomoko Moore and Stephem Richards - Twelve Year Summary of the Women's Movement in the Democratic Republic of Vietnam

    • Taipei CCAS - Communication: The Stanford Center in Taipei

Volume 8

  • No. 1: January-March 1976: Revolutionary Literature in China

    • John Berninghausen and Ted Huters - Introductory Essay

    • Liu Ban-nong - A Paper Window Between / Poem

    • Zhou Shou-juan - We Shall Meet Again / A Short Story

    • Ye Sheng-tao - People Who Insult People / An Essay

    • Zheng Zhen-duo - A Literature of Blood and Tears / Essay

    • Ye Sheng-tao - On The Bridge / A Short Story

    • Guo Mo-ruo - Revolution and Literature / An essay

    • Cheng Fang-wu - From a Literary Revolution to a Revolutionary Literature/Essay

    • Mao Dun - From Guling to Tokyo / Essay

    • Qu Qiu-bai - Who's We? / Essay

    • Qu Qiu-bai - The Question of Popular Literature and Art/ Essay

    • Ding Ling - A Day / Short Story

    • Mao Dun - In Front of the Pawn Shop / Short Story

    • Zhang Tian-yi - Hatred / Short Story

  • No. 2: April-June 1976

    • Ma Ke - Man and Wife Learn to Read / A One Act Play Translated by D. Holm

    • Qin Zhao-yang - Silence / A Short Story Translated by J. James

    • Zhou Li-bo - The Guest / A Short Story Translated by J. Huang

    • Hao Ran - Debut / A Short Story Translated by Wong Kam-ming

    • John Berninghausen and Ted Huters - A Short Annotated Bibliography

    • Jonathan Marshall - The Institute of Pacific Relations: Politics and Polemics

    • Michael Stenson - Class and Race in West Malaysia

    • Diane and Michael Jones - Allies Called Koreans: A Report from Vietnam

    • Richard C. Kagan - Thomas' The Institute of Pacific Relations and Clubb's The Witness and I / A Review Essay

    • Donald Gillin - Pye's Warlord Politics / A Review

  • No. 3: July-September 1976

    • Kathleen Gough - Indian Peasant Uprisings

    • Jonathan Marshall - Opium and the Politics of Gangsterism in Nationalist China, 1927-1945

    • Liane Ellison Norman - Fighting Imaginary Wars: A Review of Westmoreland's A Soldier Reports

    • Herbert P. Bix - On Jon Halliday's Contribution to Understanding Japan: A Review of Halliday's A Political History of Japanese Capitalism

    • Connie Young Yu - Saxton's The Indispensable Enemy / A Review

    • Steven I. Levine - Simmons' The Strained Alliance / A Review

  • No. 4: October-December 1976

    • Doug Allen - Universities and the Vietnam War: A Case Study of a Successful Struggle

    • Nigel Gray - Aftermath, The Ugly American, and a Child's Guide to the Vietnam War / Poems

    • Thomas Breslin - Mystifying the Past: Establishment Historians and the Origins of the Pacific War

    • Stephen Andors - The Dynamics of Mass Campaigns in Chinese Industry: Initiators, Leaders, and Participants in the Great Leap Forward, The Cultural Revolution, and the Campaign to Criticize Lin Biao and Confucius

    • William A. Williams - Schurmann's Logic of World Power / A Review

    • Marc Blecher and Thomas Thompson - Looking for Imperialism: Schurmann's Logic of World Power; Barnett and Miller's Global Reach

    • Bruce Cumings - Reflections on Schurmann's Theory of the State

Volume 9

  • No. 1: January-March 1977

    • J.W. Freiberg - The Dialectic in China: Maoist and Daoist

    • Bryant Avery - Syllabi for a Course on the History and Society of Traditional China

    • Pinyin roumaji/Wade-Giles Conversion Table

    • Thomas E. Weisskopf - The Persistence of Poverty in India

    • Aidan Foster-Carter - North Korean Development and Self-Reliance: A Critical Analysis - Appendix A: The DPRK's Debts - Appendix B: Koreans in Japan and the DPRK

    • A. Tom Grunfeld - Roof of the World / A Review Essay

    • Paul S. Ropp - Individual and Society in Ancient China: Essays on Four Chinese Philosophers by Vitaly A. Rubin / A Review

    • Herbert P. Bix - Urban Networks in Ch'ing China and Tokugawa Japan by Gilbert Rozman / A Review

    • David A. Wilson - Diplomacy and Enterprise: British China Policy 1933-37 by Stephen Lyon Endicott / A Review

    • Stephen MacKinnon - Imperialism and Chinese Nationalism: Germany in Shantung by John F. Schrecker / A Review

  • No. 2: April-June 1977: Imperialism and Repression, The Case of South Korea

    • Bruce Cumings - Introduction

    • Kang Sugwon - The Politics and Poetry of Kim Chi-ha

    • Kim Chi-ha - A Declaration of Conscience

    • Rev. Daniel Berrigan - From a Korean Prison: A Path to Life

    • Ko Won - Kim Chi-ha: A Poet of Blood and Fire

    • Don Long - Repression and Development in the Periphery: South Korea

    • Kathleen Gough - India and Vietnam Compared: Family Planning and Everyday Life

    • Hari P. Sharma - India: A Photographic Essay

    • John W. Dower - Introduction to People Under Feudalism

    • E. H. Norman - People Under Feudalism (Japan 1947)

    • Sun Lung-kee - Ma Yin-qu and the Problem of Socialist Transition in China

    • Stanford East Asian Collective #1 - Stephen Andor's China's Industrial Revolution: Politics, Planning, and Management, 1949 to the Present / A Review

    • Linda Dabney - J. Quinsaat et al, Letters in Exile: An Introductory Reader on the History of Philipinos in America / A Review

  • No. 3: July-September 1977: The Coup d'Etat in Thailand, October 1976

    • Jayne Werner - Introduction

    • David Millikin - Introduction to Violence and the Military Coup

    • Puey Ungphakorn - Violence and the Military Coup

    • Benedict Anderson - Withdrawal Symptoms: Social and Cultural Aspects of the October 6 Coup

    • Thadeus Flood - The Vietnamese Refugees in Thailand: Minority Manipulation and Counterinsurgency

    • Carl Trocki - Boonsanong Punyodyana: Thai Scholar and Socialist, 1936-1976

    • Rex Wingerter - The United States Base on Diego Garcia: The Competition for the Third World

  • No. 4: October-December 1977

    • Lewis Mann - Some Effects of Foreign Investment: The Case of Malaysia

    • Yamaruzaman Yacub - Tale of a Lass / A Poem

    • Franklin W. Houn - The United States, China, and Taiwan - Appendix: US Guests of the Pacific Cultural Foundation

    • Richard Levy - Analyzing China's Socialist Revolution: Nee and Peck, China's Uninterrupted Revolution and L. W. Pye's Mao Tse-tung /A Review Essay

    • Asbok Bhargava and Gopalan Balachandaran - Economic Changes During the Indian Emergency

    • Richard W. Franke - Imperialism and Dependence: A Review of Weinstein's Indonesian Foreign Policy and the Dilemma of Dependence

    • Robert Lawless - Four Books on Indonesia by Caldwell, Franke, Freney, and Hill / A Review Essay

    • Katheryn M. Fong - An Open Letter: Maxine Hong Kingston's The Woman Warrior / A Review

    • Stephen Andors - An Open Letter / A Response to the Stanford East Asian Collective #1

Volume 10

  • No. 1: January-March 1978

    • June P. Morgan - The Green Revolution in Asia: False Promise of Abundance

    • Steve Lewontin - Hunger: J. Collins and F. Lappe, Food First: Beyond the Myth of Scarcity; S. George, How the Other Half Dies: The Real Reasons for World Hunger / A Review Essay

    • Kathleen Gough - The Green Revolution in South India and North Vietnam

    • Richard W. Franke - West Papua New Guinea: A Review of Nonie Sharp's The Rule of the Sword: The Story of West Irian

    • Liane Ellison Norman - Recovering: Four Books on the Indochina War / A Review Essay

    • Peter Bell - Marxist Scholarship on Thailand: The Work of E. Thadeus Flood (1932-1977)

    • Barton J. Bernstein - Syngman Rhee: The Pawn as Rook, the Struggle to End the Korean War

    • Ronald Suleski - Korea: A Review of Pak Kyong-sik's Korea's Samil Independence Movement

    • Marianne Bastid - China / A Review of Joseph Esherick's Reform and Revolution in China: the 1911 Revolution in Hunan and Hubei

    • Ole Bjorne Rongen - A Chinese Marxist Study of the Analects/ A Review of Zhao Jiben's Lun-yu xin-tan

    • Moss Roberts - Neo-Confucian Tyranny in the Dream of the Red Chamber: A Critical Note

    • Catherine L. Luh and David A. Wilson - Acupuncture, Politics, and Medicine / A Review Essay

  • No. 2: April-June 1978

    • Noriko Mizuta Lippit - Literature, Ideology, and Women's Happiness: The Autobiographical Novels of Miyamoto Yuriko

    • Miyamoto Yuriko - The Family of Koiwai / A Short Story

    • Herbert P. Bix - Miura Meisuke or Peasant Rebellion Under the Banner of Distress

    • Sato Tomoyuki - Children of the A-bomb I

    • Howard Schonberger - Hiroshima Survivors and the Atomic Bomb: People's Art as History

    • Barton J. Bernstein - The Decision to Drop the Bomb / Appendix

    • Ikuko Wakasa - Children of the A-Bomb II

    • Stephen Salaff - The Diary and the Cenotaph: Racial and Atomic Fever in the Canadian Record

    • John W. Dower - Science, Society, and the Japanese Atomic Bomb Project During WWII

    • Alexander Kuo - New Letters from Hiroshima / A Poem

    • Stephen Salaff - Bikini Atoll 1954

    • Ichioka Yuji - Los Angeles Issei / A Review Essay

  • No. 3: July-September 1978

    • Gail Omvedt and Eleanor Zelliott - Introduction to Dalit Poems

    • Daya Pawar - Siddharthanagar / A Poem

    • Namdeo Dhasal - Song of the Republic and the Dog / A Poem

    • Arun Kamble - The Life We Live / A Poem

    • J. V. Powar - It's Reddening on the Horizon / A Poem

    • Namdeo Dhasal - So That My Mother May Be Convinced .../A Poem

    • David G. Goodman - Introduction to Two Languages Two Souls

    • Morisaki Kazue - Two Languages, Two Souls

    • Edward Friedman - Simon Leys Hates China; America Loves Simon Leys

    • Jean Doyle - A Review of Chou En-lai and the Chinese Revolution and Conversations With Americans by D. Davison and M. Selden

    • Hsieh Pei-chih - Changes and Continuity in Southwestern Yunnan: The Xishuangbanna Tai Autonomous Region

    • Gene Cooper - Regionalism and Integration / A Review of Regional Government and Political Integration in Southwest China 1949-1954 by Dorothy Solinger

    • M. C. van Walt - On Grunfeld's Roof of the World

    • A. Tom Grunfeld - Rejoinder

    • Elizabeth J. Perry - The Politics of China's Peasant Revolution / Resistance and Revolution in China by Tetsuya Kataoka and the Broken Wave by Roy Hofheinz / A Review Essay

    • Nigel Disney - Perspectives on China / Reviews of Books by L. Maitan, J. van Ginneken and Bao Ruo-wang, and R. Chelminski

    • Victor Nee - Behind China's Turmoil / Reviews of Books by J. Gurley, S. Andors, and J. van Ginneken

    • Carl Riskin - East Asia and the World Economy / A Review of F. Moulder's Japan, China, and the Modern World Economy and A. Eckstein's China's Economic Revolution

    • Chuck Cell - Review of Dwight Perkins' Rural Small Scale Industry in the People's Republic of China

    • Linda S. Pomerantz - A Review of Four Books on Women in China by C. Broyelle, E. Croll, D. Davin, and J. Kristeva

  • No. 4: October-December 1978

    • Tenth Anniversary Issue: Vietnam

    • Jayne Werner - Introduction

    • Earl Martin - A Journey to My Lai and Beyond

    • Ngo Vinh Long - The Indochinese Communist Party and Peasant Rebellion in Central Vietnam 1930-31

    • Christine White - Tradition and Revolution in Vietnam/ Photographic Essay

    • Jayne Werner - New Light on Vietnamese Marxism / A Review Essay

    • Thich Minh Nguyet - Memoirs/translated by Paul Quinn-Judge

    • Nguyen Khai - An Excerpt from March in the Tai Nguyen (Central Highlands) / translated by John Spragens

    • Nguyen van Trung - The Bicycle / abridged and translated by John Spragens

    • Serge Thion - Current Research on Vietnam / A Review Essay

    • David Marr - The State of the Social Sciences in Vietnam

    • Marilyn Young - Vietnam Rewrite


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