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William H. Hinton, at 85; wrote of China's revolution

By Laura Levis
Globe Correspondent / May 25, 2004

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William H. Hinton, a Maoist revolutionary, farmer, and writer of a landmark look at how communism transformed Chinese peasants and vice versa, died of heart failure May 15 at Rivercrest Long Term Care nursing home in Concord. He was 85. (Full Article: 1021 Words)

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