Back Issues of the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars Indexed Chronologically

Volume 1

  • No. 1: May 1968

    • Leigh Kagan - A Statement of Directions

    • Jim Peck - Reflections on the Implications of the Vietnam Caucus

    • Summary of Philadelphia Vietnam Caucus Poll and Resolution Vote

    • Leigh Kagan - Proposals

    • Tom Engelhardt - Letter to the Committee on Fellowships

    • Jon Livingston - Prospects for Graduate-Level Asian Studies in Canada

    • Canada Questionnaire

    • Mark Selden - A Call for Professional Soul-Searching

    • National News Briefs

    • The Editors - A Note on Messy Details

  • No. 2: October 1968

    • Herbert P. Bix - A Critical Review of Some Anti-Communist Perspectives in American Policy Towards Asia

    • Ed Friedman - War with China and Enlightened American Newspapers

    • Stanley Spector - A Meditation on Catonsville

    • Richard C. Kagan - Can We Study Chinese in Taiwan?

    • Jim Peck - CCAS in Boston, March 1969

    • Mark Selden - Toward the Revitalization of Asian Scholarship

    • Jim Peck - The CCAS Summer Seminar

    • An Exchange: The CIA at Harvard

  • No. 3: March 1969

    • James C. Sanford - America and the Peace Talks

    • Ly Chanh Trung - Why Do I Want Peace / Translated and with an Introductory Note by Ngo Vinh Long

    • Edward Friedman - The Nixon-Mao Pact

    • Cheryl Payer Goodman - Review of the Spirit of Chinese Politics by Lucien Pye

    • Noam Chomsky - The Revolutionary Pacifism of A.J. Muste: On the Backgrounds of the Pacific War

    • William D. Wray - Reflections on Chomsky and Revisionist Views of Pre-War Japan

    • Herbert P. Bix - Some Long-Term Effects of US Control Over the Philippines

    • R. P. Dore - On the Possibility and Desirability of a Theory of Modernization

    • Michael Leiserson - Comments on Dore

  • No. 4: May 1969

    • Kathleen Gough Aberle - Anthropology and the Third World

    • Arthur MacEwen - Pakistan, Economic Change, and Social Scientists

    • Noam Chomsky - The Asian Scholar and the American Crisis

    • Richard Kagan - McCarran's Legacy: The Association for Asian Studies

    • O. Edmund Clubb - McCarthyism and Our Asian Policy

    • Ross Koen - Two Postscripts to the McCarran Hearings

    • Jean Chesneaux - Approaches to the Study of China

Volume 2

  • No. 1: October-December 1969

    • Editorial Comment

    • Letters

    • Purpose and Policy Statements

    • Toyama Shigeki - The Meiji Restoration and the Present Day

    • John W. Dower - The Eye of the Beholder: Background Notes on the US-Japan Military Relationship

    • Restoration of China's Lawful Rights in the United Nations

    • Mark Selden - The National Liberation Front and the Transformation of Vietnamese Society

    • Richard Minear - Douglas Pike and the NLF

    • Richard Larcom - The Diplomacy of Disregard

    • Alec Woodside - Some Southern Vietnamese Writers Look at the War

    • James Peck - The Roots of Rhetoric: The Professional Ideology of America's China Watchers

  • No. 2: January-March 1970

    • Alfred W. McCoy and Angus McDonald - Pan Am Makes the Going Great

    • Carl Riskin - China's Economic Growth: Leap or Creep?

    • Portfolio of Drawings from the National Liberation Front

    • Herbert P. Bix - The Security Treaty System and the Japanese Military Industrial Complex

    • Orville Schell - Melby: The Mandate of Heaven

    • Edward Friedman - Extremists are Extremely Extreme

    • Ngo Vinh Long - Leaf Abscission?

  • No. 3: April-July 1970

    • Cynthia Fredrick - Cambodia: Operation Total Victory No. 43 The Ten Points of the National Liberation Front

    • Jacques Decornoy - Laos: the Forgotten War

    • John G. Gurley - Capitalist and Maoist Economic Development

    • John K. Fairbank and Jim Peck - An Exchange

    • Angus McDonald - The Historian's Quest: Joseph R. Levenson

    • Marianne Bastid - A Triptych in Honour of the Cultural Revolution

    • Richard M. Pfeffer - Revolution and Rule: Where Do We Go From Here?

    • Christine White - McAlister's Vietnam

    • Thomas B. Wiens - Seeds of Revolution

  • No. 4: Fall 1970

    • Ienaga Saburo - The Historical Significance of the Japanese Textbook Lawsuit

    • Fred Branfman - Laos: No Place to Hide

    • John W. Dower - Asia and the Nixon Doctrine: Ten Points of Note

    • Jonathan Mirsky - The Carbondale Caper

    • Jim Morrell - The Carbondale Caper: A Sequel

    • Jeff Pearson and Jessica Smilowitz - Biting the Fish Hook

    • Jon Halliday - The Korean Communist Movement

Volume 3

  • No. 1: December 1970

    • CCAS National Coordinators - People's Peace Treaty

    • Cynthia Fredrick - The Vietnamization of Saigon Politics

    • Al McCoy - Land Reform as Counter-Revolution

    • Mark Selden - Okinawa and American Colonialism

    • Tom Engelhardt - Ambush at Kamakazi Pass

    • Steve Shalom - Revolution and the Rand Corporation

  • No. 2: February 1971

    • Harvey Gardner - Academic Incompetence

    • Robert G. Layer - Reforming the Center

    • Douglas Allen - Is Academic Freedom Still a Viable Principle?

    • David Marr - Intellectual Functionaries

    • Nina Adams - Self-Censorship

    • Ngo Vinh Long - Vietnamese Students and the Center

    • Huynh Kim Khahn - You Have Planned Enough!

    • Gabriel Kolko - The Political Significance of the Center for Vietnamese Studies and Programs

    • Ngo Vinh Long - Land Reform?

    • Earl Martin - A Child of Son My

    • Al McCoy - Subcontracting Counterinsurgency: Academics in Thailand 1954-1970

    • Stanley Sheinbaum - The Michigan State-CIA Experience in Vietnam

    • Eqbal Ahmad - Theories of Counterinsurgency

    • Arthur Waskow - Domestic Counterinsurgency

    • Douglas Dowd - What Must the University Be?

  • Nos.3 and 4: Fall 1971

    • Kathleen Aberle - An Indochinese Conference in Vancouver

    • CCAS - Interview with Chou En-lai

    • Kung Chung-wu - A New May Fourth Movement?

    • William Pomeroy - Source Material on Philippine Revolutionary Movements

    • Ben Kerkvliet - Additional Source Materials on Philippine Radical Movements

    • Columbia CCAS - The American Asian Studies Establishment

    • John K. Fairbank - Comment

    • Moss Roberts - The Structure and Direction of Contemporary China Studies

    • David Horowitz - Politics and Knowledge: An Unorthodox History of Modern China Studies

Volume 4

  • No. 1: Winter 1971

    • Daniel Berrigan - For Saghir Ahmad

    • Feroz Ahmed - The Struggle for Bangladesh

    • Eqbal Ahmad - Notes on South Asia in Crisis

    • Mohan Ram - The Communist Movement in India

    • Mythily Shivaraman - Thanjavur: Rumblings in Tamil Nadu

    • Saghir Amhad - Peasant Classes in Pakistan

    • Kathleen Gough - Saghir Ahmad

    • Kathleen Gough - The South Asian Revolutionary Potential

    • Edward Friedman - China, Pakistan, Bangladesh

    • Richard DeCamp - The GI Movement in Asia

    • David Marr - Vietnamese Sources

    • Communications

  • No. 2: Summer 1972

    • Christine and Gordon White - The Politics of Vietnamization

    • Ngo Vinh Long - The Weaknesses of Vietnamization

    • Herbert P. Bix - Report on Japan 1972

    • David Wilson - Leathernecks in North China 1945

    • Keith Buchanan - The Geography of Empire / Portfolio of Maps

    • Frank Baldwin - Patrolling the Empire: Reflections on the USS Pueblo

    • Victor Lippit - Economic Development and Welfare in China

    • Communications

  • No. 3: Fall 1972

    • Victor and Brett Nee - Longtime Californ'

    • H. M. Lai - A Historical Survey of Organizations of the Left Among the Chinese in America

    • Connie Young Yu - The Chinese in American Courts

    • Dianne Mark - Stepping Across, Being a Sister / Poetry

    • Shawn Hsu Wong - Bitter Strength: A History of the Chinese in the United States 1830-1870 by Gunther Barth / Book Review

    • Frank Chin, Jeffrey Paul Chan, Lawson Fusao Inada, and Shawn Hsu Wong - Aiieeeee! An Introduction to Asian-American Writing

    • Shawn Wong and Connie Yu - Trek, State of the City, December 1942 excerpt from a Japanese American Concentration Camp Journal

    • Lum Wing Tek, Sam Tagatak, Lawson Fussao Inada, Shawn Hsu Wong / Poetry

    • Frank Chin - Confessions of the Chinatown Cowboy

  • No. 4: December 1972

    • The Editors - Introduction to Special Section on Imperialism in China

    • Andrew J. Nathan - Imperialism's Effects on China

    • Joseph Esherick - Harvard on China: The Apologetics of Imperialism

    • Herbert P. Bix - Report from Japan 1972 - Part II

    • To Huu, Ho Chi Minh, Nguyen Kim Ngan, Truong Quoc Khanh, Ly Phuong Lien - Vietnamese Poetry

    • Letter from the Philippines

    • Usha Mahajani - Comment on Eqbal Ahmad's Notes on South Asia in Crisis

    • Fred Branfman - Prospects for Vietnam After the Agreement is Signed

Volume 5

  • No. 1: July 1973

    • Gail Omvedt - Gandhi and the Pacification of the Indian National Revolution

    • Carl Riskin - Maoism and Motivation : Work Incentives in China

    • Eqbal Ahmad - South Asia in Crisis and India's Counterinsurgency War Against the Nagas and Mizos

    • Gabriel Kolko - The Philippines: Another Vietnam?

    • David Rosenberg - The End of the Freest Press in the World

    • Secretary of Public Information - Guidelines for Mass Media

    • Philippine Social Science Council - Suggested Guidelines for Philippine Scholarly Journals

    • Fred J. Elizalde - Propagating the Ideas of the New Society

    • Richard Kagan and Norma Diamond - Solomon's Mao's Revolution and the Chinese Political Culture / A Review

    • Moss Roberts - Scott's The War Conspiracy / A Review

    • CCAS and Ezra Vogel - The Funding of China Studies

  • No. 2: September 1973

    • Gareth Porter - The Myths of the Bloodbath: North Vietnam's Land Reform Reconsidered

    • Howard Schonberger - Zaibatsu Dissolution and the American Restoration of Japan

    • John K. Fairbank, J. Esherick, Marilyn Young - Imperialism in China: An Exchange

    • Ben Kerkvliet - The Philippines: Agrarian Conditions in Luzon Prior to Martial Law

    • Communist Party of the Philippines - The Tasks of the Party in the New Situation

    • Alexander Kuo - New Letters from Hiroshima / A Poem

    • Peter Dale Scott - Opium and Empire: McCoy on Heroin in Southeast Asia / A Review

    • Michael Klare - Restructuring the Empire: The Nixon Doctrine after Vietnam Brodine and Selden (eds), The Kissinger-Nixon Doctrine / A Review

  • No. 3: November 1973

    • Frank Baldwin - The Jason Project: Academic Freedom and Moral Responsibility

    • Herbert Bix - Regional Integration: Japan and South Korea in America's Asian Policy

    • John Comer - The Assassination of Ngo Dihn Diem and the Front/ Poetry

    • Jon Halliday - What Happened in Korea? Rethinking Korean History, 1945-1953

    • Mark Selden - Imperialism and Asia: A Brief Introduction to the Literature

  • No. 4: December 1973

    • Luzviminda Francisco - The First Vietnam: The Philippine-American War of 1899

    • Ralph Thaxton - Modernization and Counter-Revolution in Thailand

    • John Comer - Correspondent and the People / Poetry

    • Mark J. Scher - US Policy in Korea 1945-48: A Neo-Colonial Model Takes Shape

    • Connie Young Yu - Chinatown as Homebase / A Review

    • Richard Pfeiffer - Revolting: An essay on Mao's Revolution by Richard Solomon / A Review

    • Nguyen Khac Vien - Myths and Truths: F. Fitzgerald's Fire in the Lake / A Review


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