|Alma mater||University of California, Berkeley,
University of Chicago,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
|Known for||Mao: A Reinterpretation|
Lee Feigon is an American historian who specialized in the study of 20th-century Chinese and Tibetan history.
In 2002 he published Mao: A Reinterpretation, a work of historical revisionism that sought to highlight what Feigon saw as the positive aspects of Mao Zedong's political leadership. He subsequently used that book as a basis for a documentary, The Passion of the Mao.
|China Rising: The Meaning of Tiananmen||1990||Ivan R. Dee||978-0929587301|
|Chen Duxiu: Founder of the Chinese Communist Party||1992||Princeton University Press||978-0691053936|
|Demystifying Tibet: Unlocking the Secrets of the Land of the Snows||1995||Ivan R. Dee||978-1566630894|
|Mao: A Reinterpretation||2002||Ivan R. Dee||978-1566635226|
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