Bibliography Draft

I looked into what style Political Science researcher uses and I found that they use the American Political Science Association style. I read that it is similar to Chicago style. Also I was not sure if this draft was only to include primary sources.

Works Cited

 Documents of Chinese Communist Party Central Committee: sept. 1956-apr. 1969. Hong Kong: Union Research Institute, 19711974.

Eight National Congress of the Communist Party of China. Peking: Foreign Languages Press, 1973.

Kim, Il Sung. The present situation and the tasks of our party; report at the conference of the Workers’ Party of Korea, October 5, 1966. Pyongyang: Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1966.

Kim, Il Sung. Let us defend independency. Pyongyang: D.P.R.K., Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1966.

Kim, Il Sung. On the juche idea (excerpts). Pyongyang, Korea: Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1979.

Lenin, Vladimir IlÊich. State and revolution. New York: International Publishers, 1932.

Lenin, Vladimir IlÊich. What is to be done?. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1963.

Marx, Karl, and Friedrich Engels. The Communist manifesto. London: Pluto, 2008.

Pak, Hyobom. Documents of the Chinese Communist Party, 1927-1930; 89 documents selected from Chung-yang tung-hsun,. Hong Kong: Union Research Institute, 1971.

Zhang, Guotao. The rise of the Chinese Communist Party; the autobiography of Chang Kuo-tao.. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 197172.

Fifty fighting years: CPI golden jubilee album.. New Delhi: Communist Party of India, 1975.

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One thought on “Bibliography Draft

  1. Good list, but you do need the secondary as well as primary.
    Look up American Political Science Association format–Chicago offers two different formats now.

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