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The China Reader

The Reform Years

Co-edited with David Shambaugh
Vintage Books, 1999

Discos and Democracy

China in the Throes of Reform

Pantheon Books, New York, 1988
Paperback: Anchor Doubleday, 1989

To Get Rich Is Glorious

China in the 1980’s

Pantheon Books, New York, 1984
Paperback: New American Library, 1985

Modern Meat

Antibiotics, Hormones and the Pharmaceutical Farm

Random House, New York, 1983
Paperback: Vintage, 1984

Watch Out for the Foreign Guests

China Encounters the West

Pantheon Books, New York, 1980
Paperback: Pantheon, 1981


Random House, New York, 1978

In the People’s Republic

Random House, New York, 1976
Paperback: Vintage, 1977

The Town That Fought To Save Itself

Pantheon, 1976

Modern China

The Story of a Revolution

Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1972

Starting Over

A College Reader

Co-authored with Frederick Crews
Random House, 1970

The China Reader (3 volumes)

Co-authored with Franz Schurmann
Random House, New York, 1967

Wang Ching-wei

China’s Third Path, Honors Thesis

Harvard College, 1964

Book Introductions, Contributions To Edited Volumes, and Translations

  • James Whitlow Delano, “Empire: Impressions from China,” 5 Continents, 2004. (Introduction)
  • Nicolas Righetti, “The Last Paradise: North Korea,” Umbrage Books, 2003. (Introduction)
  • Jack Birns; “Shanghai on the Eve of Revolution,” University of California Press. 2003, (Preface)
  • Andrew Nathan, Perry Link, and Orville Schell, “The Tiananmen Papers,” Public Affairs Press, 2001.
  • Wayne Miller, “Southside: Chicago in The Forties,” University of California Press, 2000(Preface).
  • “Tibet Since 1950,” Aperture Books and Human Rights Watch, 2000. (Essay).
  • Melvyn Goldstein and Matthew Kapstein, eds., “Buddhism In Contemporary Tibet: Religious Revival and Cultural Identity,” University of California, 1997. (Preface)
  • Owen Lattimore, “High Tartary,” Kodansha America, 1994. (Introduction)
  • Merle Goldman, and Paul Cohen, eds. “Fairbank Remembered,” Harvard University Press, 1992. (Chapter)
  • “The Guitars of Danny Ferrington,” Harper-Collins, 1992. (Introduction)
  • Fang Lizhi, “Breaking Down The Great Wall: Writings On Science, Culture, and Democracy In China,” Translation by James H. Williams, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1991. (Introduction)
  • Bastian Kelly and Aiello, eds., “The Anguish of Tibet,” Paralax Press, Berkeley, 1991. (Chapter)
  • “Children of the Dragon; The Story of Tiananmen Square,” Macmillan, New York, 1990. (Introductions and prefaces by John K. Fairbank, Orville Schell, Andrew Nathan, and Jonathan Spence)
  • George Hicks, ed., “The Broken Mirror: China After Tiananmen,” Longman, London, 1990. (Chapter)
  • Geremie Barme, and John Minford, “Seeds of Fire: Chinese Voices of Conscience,” Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York, 1989. (Introduction)
  • David Turnley and Peter Turnley, “Beijing Spring,” Stuart, Tabori and Chang, New York, 1989. (Introduction)
  • Marc Riboud, “Visions of China,” Pantheon Books, New York, 1981. (Introduction)
  • Ross Terrill, ed., “The China Difference,” Harper and Row, New York, 1979. (Chapter)
  • “Who We Are,” Atlantic Monthly Press, Boston, 1969. (Chapter)