- Title Pages
- One China's State-Society Relations and Their Changes During the 1980s
- Two Intellectual Elites and the 1989 Movement
- Three Economic Reform, University Expansion, and Student Discontents
- Four The Decline of the System for Controlling Students in Universities
- Five On the Eve of the 1989 Movement
- Six A Brief History of the 1989 Movement
- Seven State Legitimacy, State Behaviors, and Movement Development
- Eight Ecology-Based Mobilization and Movement Dynamics
- Nine State-Society Relations and the Discourses and Activities of a Movement
- Ten The State, Movement Communication, and the Construction of Public Opinion
- Appendix 1 A Methodological Note
- appendix 2 <i>Interview Questions</i>
- Name Index
- Subject Index
- The Power of Tiananmen
- University of Chicago Press
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