- Title Pages
- Introduction: The Chinese Communist Party inHong Kong — Time to “Come Out”?
- 1 Party Supremacy and Hong Kong
- 2 The Chinese Communist Party Tools of Co-optation and Persuasion
- 3 The Earliest History of the Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong: From 1920 to 1926
- 4 Purge, War and Civil War: From 1927 to 1948
- 5 Hong Kong to the Chinese Communist Party: From 1949 to 1965
- 6 The Cultural Revolution and the Riots of 1967: From 1966 to 1976
- 7 The Taking Back of Hong Kong: From 1977 to 1984
- 8 The Shaping of Post-Colonial Hong Kong: From 1983 to 1989
- 9 Passage to Reunification: From 1990 to 1997
- 10 Reunification and Fashioning a New Political Order: From 1997 to 2009
- Appendix I
- Appendix II
- Appendix III
- Chinese Publications
- Underground Front
- Hong Kong University Press
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