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Ye Wenfu is a Chinese poet born in 1944. He worked in the military and was later "struggled" against and criticized by officials. He has been critical of communist policies and officials. He wrote the poem General, you can't do this. Ye was imprisoned for 17 months after the 1989 Tianamen protests. He contributed to Mao's Harvest: Voices from China's New Generation.
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