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The pattern of the Chinese past.

Author: Mark Elvin
Publisher: Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1973.
Series: China library.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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When they lose their home in the city dump because of urban renewal, the city rats decide to invade a nearby wooded lot and the wood animals enlist the help of a young boy to fight off the attack.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark Elvin
ISBN: 0804708266 9780804708265
OCLC Number: 249685055
Description: 346 pages illustrations 23 cm.
Contents: Maps, figures and diagrams --
The principal Chinese dynasties --
Part one. The formation of the world's largest enduring state --
Empires and their size --
The early Chinese Empire --
The crisis of the third century AD --
Sino-barbarian synthesis in north China --
The middle empire --
Manorialism without feudalism --
Iron, gunpowder and the Mongols --
The supremacy of logistics under the Ming --
Part two. The medieval economic revolution --
The revolution in farming --
The revolution in water transport --
The revolution in money and credit --
The revolution in market structure and urbanization --
The revolution in science and technology --
Part three. Economic development without technological change --
The turning-point in the fourteenth century --
The disappearance of serfdom --
Rural markets and rural industries --
Quantitative growth, qualitative standstill --
Conclusion.
Series Title: China library.

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When they lose their home in the city dump because of urban renewal, the city rats decide to invade a nearby wooded lot and the wood animals enlist the help of a young boy to fight off the attack.

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