Patterson, George N(eilson)

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PATTERSON, George N(eilson)

PATTERSON, George N(eilson). Scottish, b. 1920. Genres: International relations/Current affairs, Medicine/Health, Theology/Religion, Autobiography/Memoirs. Career: Engineer in Scotland, prior to 1946; missionary in China and Tibet, 1947-50; journalist in India, 1950-61; British Broadcasting Corporation, host of radio show Asian Affairs in the British Press, 1961-63; free-lance writer, broadcaster, and lecturer, 1963-. Co-founder and director of International Committee for the Study of Group Rights (now Minority Rights Group). Publications: Tibetan Journey, 1952; God's Fool, 1954; Up and Down Asia, 1956; Tragic Destiny, 1958; Tibet in Revolt, 1960; Peking versus Delhi, 1963; The Unquiet Frontier, 1964; (Assistant editor and contrib.) Asia Handbook, 1966; Christianity in Communist China, 1968; A Fool at Forty: Raid into Tibet, 1970; (with M. Patterson) Addictions Can Be Cured, 1975; (with M. Patterson) Getting off the Hook, 1983; Christianity and Marxism, 1983; (with M. Patterson) The Power Factor, 1987; Requiem for Tibet, 1990; The China Paradox: Christ versus Marx, 1990; (with M. Patterson) The Paradise Factor, 1992; (with M. Patterson) Healing Power: The Lost Dimension, 1992; Patterson of Tibet, 1997. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to magazines and newspapers. FOR TELEVISION; DOCUMENTARIES: Raid into Tibet, 1967; The Opium Trail, 1968; Chasing the Dragon, 1970; Synanon, 1980. Address: 7 Hillcrest Rd, Tenafly, NJ 07670-1414, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]

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