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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 31, 2001

    Excellent book!

    An in-depth look at the Chinese physche, their plans for the future and why. Very eye-opening. Well written. Steven Mosher is noted as one of the top Sinologists in the country. He is able to explain what many can't.......that is, the Chinese mind and why they think the way they do. Highly recommended reading. China is the next great superpower on the rise, and it is important to understand what we'll be dealing with.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 17, 2000

    lay's bare all of our misconceptions and false notions and wishes

    For me, this is THEY book regarding the ongoing Chinese problem and the extreme danger that the Chinese pose to the civilized, democratic nations. Stephen Mosher is an individual whose early career was nearly wrecked by the Communist dictatorship in the PRC. Mosher, who reported on the barbarism of the Chinese one-child policy was subjected to a vendetta on behalf of the Peking dictatorship. At the time he was affiliated with Stanford University and because of his speaking and writing the truth about Chinese barbarism, the dictatorship in Peking pressured Stanford to do something about Mosher--he was given the boot by Stanford in a Kowtow to the brutal dictators of Peking. Buy this book, better yet buy two of them and send the extra copy to your Congressional representitive in Washington D.C.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2000

    Sobering look at a great power about to awake

    Hegemon looks at the greatest untold story of our day: China's drive to become a superpower and its long historical tradition (2000+ years) of being the world's strongest power. This book is for anyone who still thinks China can quietly enjoy peace with its neighbors while pursuing only economic growth.

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