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A review of Bad Elements: Chinese Rebels from Los Angeles to Beijing by Ian Buruma.
Arthur Waldron is director of Asian studies at the American Enterprise Institute and Lauder Professor of International Relations at the University of Pennsylvania.
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Volume 20, Issue 3
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