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From the editors : The July-August 2004 issue of Monthly Review (vol. 56, no. 3) was given entirely to a book-length article entitled China and Socialism: Market Reforms and Class Struggle , written by Martin Hart-Landsberg (a coeditor of Critical Asian Studies ) and Paul Burkett. We invited the editors of Critical Asian Studies to participate in a roundtable discussion of the issues that Hart-Landsberg and Burkett have raised. Responses from CAS editors Victor Lippit, Gene Cooper, Alvin So, Mobo C.F. Gao, and Tai-lok Lui appear in this issue. A rejoinder by Hart-Landsberg and Burkett will be published in our December 2005 issue. The article below is a synopsis of the arguments that Hart-Landsberg and Burkett advance in Monthly Review and in the book of the same title (see socialism. htm for details). This article appeared originally in New Socialist 51, May- June 2005 ( We are grateful for permission to reproduce the article as an introduction to this Roundtable. Page references in all of the articles in this Roundtable are understood to be to the July-August 2004 edition of Monthly Review .
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 January 2005

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