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Korea, old and new : a history

Author: Carter J Eckert; Ki-baek Yi; et al
Publisher: Seoul, Korea : Published for the Korea Institute, Harvard University by Ilchokak ; Cambridge, Mass. : Distributed by Harvard University Press, 1990.
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Genre/Form: History
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Korea, old and new.
Seoul, Korea : Published for the Korea Institute, Harvard University by Ilchokak ; Cambridge, Mass. : Distributed by Harvard University Press, 1990
(OCoLC)756459870
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carter J Eckert; Ki-baek Yi; et al
ISBN: 0962771309 9780962771309
OCLC Number: 28425649
Notes: Chapters 2-11 based on: A new history of Korea / Ki-baik Lee. Cf. foreword.
Includes index.
Description: ix, 454 p. : maps ; 21 cm.
Contents: The communal societies of prehistoric times --
Walled-town states and confederated kingdoms --
Aristocratic societies under monarchical rule --
The fashioning of an authoritarian monarchy --
The age of powerful gentry families --
The hereditary aristocratic Order of Koryŏ --
Rule by the military --
Emergence of the literati --
The creation of a yangban society --
The rise of the neo-Confucian literati --
Economic advances and intellectual ferment --
Dynastic disarray and national peril --
Growth of the forces of enlightenment --
Incipient nationalism and imperialist aggression --
The first phase of Japanese rule, 1910-1919 --
Nationalism and social revolution, 1919-1931 --
Forced assimilation, mobilization, and war --
Liberation, division, and war, 1945-1953 --
Authoritarianism and protest, 1948-1990 --
Economic development in historical perspective, 1945-1990.
Responsibility: Carter J. Eckert ... [et al.].
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