The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution
     Felisa Uy ETEMADI

The Theoretical Basis of Sexual Equality and Marriage Reform in China
     Sybilla G. DORROS

The "Christian Problem" and the Philippine South

Platforms of Philippine Parties: The Politics of Expedience, 1902-1913
     Rawlein G. SOBERANO

North Indian Intellectuals: Perceptions and Images of Modernization
     Yogendra K. MALIK

General Characterization of contemporary Religious Movements in the Philippines
     Prospero R. COVAR

The Ritual Music of the Iglesia del Ciudad Mistica de Dios: A Preliminary Report
     Ramon P. SANTOS

Heaven Sees as the People See, Heaven Hears as the People Hear
     William Henry SCOTT


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