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Notre Dame professor’s book examines Taiwanese atrocity

Author: Gail Hinchion Mancini

In 1947, an anti-government uprising in northern Taiwan led to the slaughter of some 20,000 citizens and contributed to a 40-year period of government suppression that effectively buried knowledge of the incident until martial law ended in 1987. p. How the uprising re-entered the public consciousness through literature and… Read More