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This volume contains two of Peter Lichtenstein’s diaries written while he worked at Nankai University in Tianjin, Peoples Republic of China. He wrote the first diary during the Tiananmen Square uprising in May and June of 1989. This diary is an eyewitness account of the daily events taking place on campus and in the streets of Tianjin during this tumultuous time. He observed first-hand the mass demonstrations and marches of students, faculty and citizens in Tianjin and Beijing. He was in Tiananmen Square on June 4, the day of the violent military crackdown when Chinese soldiers cleared the square of protesters. Lichtenstein wrote the second diary while on a six-month sabbatical leave in the spring semester of 1990 when Chinese authorities clamped down on universities and implemented sweeping regressive policies to prevent further rebellions. This second diary too is Lichtenstein’s eyewitness account of how individual students and teachers endured the tightened campus security and of how the Communist Party, in an effort to preserve their authority and prestige, had created an atmosphere of fear and apprehension on campus. The volume also contains a translation of a widely read large-character poster that had been pasted to a wall on the university campus in May of 1989. The poster clearly reflects the sentiments of the protesting students. Lichtenstein ends the volume with several photographs he had taken providing visual evidence of the ferment he witnessed in the streets of China.
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Peter Lichtenstein was born and raised in New York City. He attended Union College where he received a BA in Economics (1966) and an MS in Industrial Administration (1971). After serving in the U. S. Air Force, he attended the University of Colorado where he received an MA (1973) and Ph.D. (1974) in Economics. He was a professor of economics at Boise State University from 1975 until his retirement in 2006. During this time he served as department chair from 1990-1994 and from 2002-2005. He is now Professor Emeritus of Economics. Professor Lichtenstein specializes in international economics and economic development. He was a Visiting Scholar at Cornell University, a Fulbright Scholar in the People's Republic of China, a World Bank program consultant in China, and a Ford Foundation Visiting Professor at the National Economics University in Hanoi, Vietnam. He has done research at the Center for East Asian Studies at Stanford and the East Asia Institute at Columbia. Professor Lichtenstein has published two books: An Introduction to Post-Keynesian and Marxian Theories of Value and Price (M. E. Sharpe, 1983) and China at the Brink: the Political Economy of Reform and Retrenchment in the Post-Mao (Praeger, 1991) as well as numerous articles on Chinese economic development and related topics. He is currently working on a book titled International Economics: a Heterodox Approach. He is an avid skier and bicyclist and divides his time between West Melbourne, Florida and Boise, Idaho.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1484172388