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The State, identity, and the national question in China and Japan

Author: Germaine A Hoston
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, ©1994.
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Explores how radical Chinese and Japanese thinkers committed to social change in the first decades of the twentieth century addressed issues concerning national identity, social revolution, and the  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Germaine A Hoston
ISBN: 0691078734 9780691078731 0691023344 9780691023342
OCLC Number: 29634279
Description: xii, 628 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Marxism, revolution, and the national question --
The national question and problems in the Marxist theory of the state --
The encounter : indigenous perspectives and the introduction of Marxism --
Anarchism, populism, and early Marxian Socialism --
Nationalism and the path to Bolshevism --
State, nation, and the national question in the debate on japanese capitalism --
National identity and the state in the controversy on Chinese social history --
Tenko : emperor, state, and Marxian National Socialism in Showa Japan --
Mao and the Chinese synthesis of nationalism, stateness, and Marxism --
Marxism, nationalism, and late industrialization.
Responsibility: Germaine A. Hoston.
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"[Hoston] analyzes the reception of Marxism as it spread to east Asia, focusing on the persistent tension between the socialist internationalism that underpinned it and enduring nationalism in China Read more...

 
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