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Foundations and limits of state power in China

Author: Stuart R Schram; European Science Foundation.
Publisher: London : Published on behalf of the European Science Foundation by School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London ; Hong Kong : Chinese University Press, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1987.
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Foundations and limits of state power in China.
London : Published on behalf of the European Science Foundation by School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London ; Hong Kong : Chinese University Press, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1987
(OCoLC)770797556
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart R Schram; European Science Foundation.
ISBN: 0728601397 9780728601390 9622013708 9789622013704
OCLC Number: 21373379
Description: xxvii, 367 pages : map ; 24 cm
Contents: The primacy of the political order in East Asian societies: Some preliminary generalizations / Benjamin I. Schwartz --
Law as one of the foundations of state power in early imperial China / Anthony Hulsewé --
Imperial sovereignty: Dong Zhongshu's contribution and his predecessors / Michael Loewe --
Views of the state in Du You and Liu Zongyuan / David McMullen --
The role of the state as a structural element in polyethnic societies / Herbert Franke --
The rebirth of Chinese rule in times of trouble: North China in the early thirteenth century / Françoise Aubin. (cont.) Official conceptions of imperial authority at the end of the Qing Dynasty / Marianne Bastid --
The foundations and limits of state power in Guomindang ideology; Government, party, and people / Tatsuo Yamada --
Party leader or true ruler? Foundations and significance of Mao Zedong's personal power / Stuart R. Schram --
Marxism, the Leninist Party, the masses, and the citizens in the rebuilding of the Chinese state / Tang Tsou --
Democracy, interest, and virtue: The search for legitimacy in the People's Republic of China / David S.G. Goodman --
Concluding remarks on two aspects of the Chinese unitary state as compared with the European state system / Karl Bünger.
Responsibility: edited by S.R. Schram.

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