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|Language Note:||Translated from the Japanese.|
|Notes:||"Originally published in Japanese as Jiyuno Nigaiaji by Nihonhyoronsya, Tokyo, 2005"--Title page verso.|
|Description:||xxii, 241 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Contents: Preface to the English Version: The Politics of Gradualism Introduction Part I: Middle Way Gradualism in Taiwanese Minpon Thought 1. Rivalry between Democracy and Dictatorship: The Three Principles of the People and the Five Yuan Constitution 2. The Chinese Magna Carta: The May Fifth Draft Constitution and its 12 Amendments 3. Taisho Democracy and Taiwanese Minpon (The Primacy of the People) Thought 4. 'Party-State Dictatorship' and the Republic of China Constitution 5. Peaceful System Change and the Democratic Magna Carta 6. The Constitution and the Common People Part II: Taiwan: Civil Rights and Self-Determination 7. The Penghu Archipelago and Taiwanese Nationalism 8. Taiwanese Nationalism and Civil Determination Rights 9. Common Issues for Independence and Unification: An Interview with Yuan T. Lee 10. Bitter Taste of Freedom: Questions to Lee Teng-hui Postscript References Index|
|Other Titles:||Jijûno Nigaiaji|
|Responsibility:||Katutugu Yoshida ; edited and translated by Toshie Habu, Peter Hayes.|
'... an intriguing and educational dissection of the Taiwan/China political system conflict and how Taiwan has gained its own identity and has become one of the most free countries in the world,
- Democratization -- Taiwan.
- Taiwan -- Politics and government -- 1895-1945.
- Taiwan -- Politics and government -- 1945-
- Taiwan -- Foreign relations -- China.
- China -- Foreign relations -- Taiwan.
- Diplomatic relations.
- Politics and government
- Politisches System.