Letters | Chinese names, curing clericalism


Peter Quinn’s very interesting article on the political and ideological uses of famine (“Hunger Games,” May 16) makes reference to Yang Jisheng’s Tombstone, a study of the great Chinese famine of c. 1958–61 (almost certainly the greatest famine in human history). But the article refers to him as “...

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