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Students will write three 5-7 page analytical papers on the readings for any three weeks of their choice. Then, they must write one 15-20 page research proposal/prospectus for the end of the term.

Many readings are available online for MIT students only in the library's E-reserves. The following sources, however, are available on sites external to MIT:

Marc J. Blecher, Hegemony and Workers' Politics in China

Yongshun Cai, "The Resistance of Chinese Laid-Off Workers in the Reform Period

Kluwer Online



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