PRISONER OF MAO, an Eyewitness Account of China's Forced Labor Camp System by One of its Few Survivors

By: Bao Ruo-Wang

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PRISONER OF MAO, an Eyewitness Account of China's Forced Labor Camp System by One of its Few Survivors by Bao Ruo-Wang (Jean Pasqualini) & Rudolph Chelminski
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Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, New York, © 1973. hardcover, 8.5" x 5.75", & dust jacket. Ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, stickers, pocket etc. Jacket edges badly worn. Ffep roughly removed. Tired book. Hand-written note to one page (p 115). GOOD book in POOR dust jacket. Grey cloth-bound boards with black type to spine, red endpapers. Bao Ruo-wang spent 7 years imprisoned in the highly-profitable Chinese state labor camp system - his account mirrors Solzhenitsyn's Soviet experiences. Amazing inhumanity, no self-pity.

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