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Famine in China 1959-61. Demographic and social implications


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Famine in China 1959-61. Demographic and social implications
The agricultural crisis in China of 1959-61 has long been known to have resulted in severe food shortages. This book draws on recently published Chinese data and uses Chinese and foreign sources to piece together the events of the period.


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