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The rise of the Chinese Communist Party is a story of a small band of young men who navigated a treacherous political landscape. That story has shaped the trajectory of modern China, and is traced in the latest book by Harvard Kennedy School Professor Anthony Saich.
Behind the Book is a video series that dives into books authored by HKS faculty. Contact Alessandra Seiter, Community Engagement Librarian, with inquiries.
Collective vigilantism is a global phenomenon. Based on original survey and focus group data collected during fieldwork in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and Khayelitsha, South Africa, coauthors Cohen and Jung suggest that curbing collective vigilantism hinges on ensuring that state governments can provide for the basic needs of their populations.