Abstract: A rich collection of translations of original writings and speeches from the 1989 Chinese Democracy Movement--flyers, posters, hand-bills, poems, articles from underground newspapers, and transcripts of tapes. Beginning with the student discontent and restlessness that pervaded Chinese campuses in the winter of 1989, and continuing through to the violent suppression of the Democracy Movement in June with the bloody army takeover of Tiananmen Square and sweeping arrests of activists, the story shows how moderate demands on the part of students grew into a mass anti-government protest and resistance to martial law in Beijing.
Keywords: book review, international, Communist Red Mainland China, Tiananmen Square Massacre.
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Title: Cries for Democracy; Writings and Speeches from the 1989 Chinese Democracy Movement
Foreword: Jonathan Spence
Editor: Han Minzhu, Hua Sheng
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Date Published: May 1990
ISBN: 0691008574
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