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Notes

1. “History of U.S. Labor Day.” Box 7, Feature Packets. [return to page 1 of essay]

2. For instance, Disney Studio president Richard Frank reported to Congress in July 1989: “I won’t be so bold to say that American movies are responsible for the popular uprising in China. But I am willing to bet that for more than a few Chinese citizens our films served as an inspiration to strike for something better.” U.S. Government Printing Office. (1990). Television Broadcasting and the European Community: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Telecommunications and Finance of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives (Washington D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, pg. 51). For a sophisticated analysis of the 1989 turmoil as a less idealized democratic movement, see Hui Wang. (2003). China’s New Order: Society, Politics and Economy in Transition (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press); Richard Madsen. (1995). The Moral Challenge of Tiananmen: Shattering A Liberal Myth. In China and the American Dream (pg.1-27).

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