In his review of Wang Hui's The End of the Revolution: China and the Limits of Modernity,
Alexander Day (Assistant Professor of Chinese History at Wayne State University) begins by describing Wang as "one of the strongest critics of contemporary inequality and the marketization of society and politics in China," and the book itself as a "nuanced and highly theorized investigation into the relationship between revolutionary traditions and the rise of neoliberal capitalism ... [a book that has] implications beyond the field of China studies."
Jeffrey Wasserstrom, co-founder of The China Beat
and author of China in the 21st Century: What Everyone Needs to Know
, has reviewed Wang Hui's The End of the Revolution
for the Los Angeles Times
, rightly describing Wang as "one of China's leading historians and most interesting and influential public intellectuals."