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" As China's feudal society developed its commodity economy and so carried within itself the embryo of capitalism, China would of herself have developed slowly into a capitalist society even if there had been no influence of foreign imperialism. "
Chinese Business History: Interpretive Trends and Priorities for the Future - 第 38 頁
由 編輯 - 1998 - 190 頁
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Mao Tse-Tung in the Scales of History: A Preliminary Assessment Organized by ...

Dick Wilson - 1977 - 331 頁
...readers see how much Chinese history was part of world history. This was the sentence which he added: As China's feudal society developed its commodity economy and so carried within itself the embryo cf capitalism, China would of herself have developed slowly into a capitalist society even if there...
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Discovering History in China: American Historical Writing on the Recent ...

Paul A. Cohen - 1984 - 243 頁
..."As China's feudal society had developed a commodity economy, and so carried within itself the seeds of capitalism, China would of herself have developed slowly into a capitalist society even without the impact of foreign capitalism." The Chinese Revolution and the Chinese Communist Party,...
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Reliving the Past: The Worlds of Social History

Olivier Zunz - 1985 - 334 頁
...(shong-p'in ching-chi), and so carried within itself the seeds of capitalism (tzu-pen-chu-i meng-ya), China would of herself have developed slowly into a capitalist society even without the impact of foreign capitalism." 114 Throughout the mid-1950s an enormous number of scholarly...
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A Defining Moment: The Presidential Election of 2004

William J. Crotty - 2005 - 268 頁
...their nation was so backward. As Mao was to write, 'China would of herself have developed slowly into capitalist society even if there had been no influence of foreign capitalism'. For their part, Kuomintang writers such as Sa Mengwu, who believed that Sun Yatsen had advocated the...
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China and Historical Capitalism: Genealogies of Sinological Knowledge

Timothy Brook, Gregory Blue - 2002 - 304 頁
...economy, and so carried within itself the seeds of capitalism." From this was drawn the conclusion that "China would of herself have developed slowly into a capitalist society even without the impact of foreign capitalism." 101 The sprouts discussion of the 1950s was thus pursued...
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China Unbound: Evolving Perspectives on the Chinese Past

Paul A. Cohen - 2003 - 226 頁
...'-As China's feudal society had developed a commodity economy, and so carried within itself the seeds of capitalism, China would, of herself, have developed slowly into a capitalist society even without the impact of foreign capitalism." The Chinese Revolution and the Chinese Communist Party,...
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A Defining Moment: The Presidential Election of 2004

William J. Crotty - 2005 - 268 頁
...their nation was so backward. As Mao was to write, 'China would of herself have developed slowly into capitalist society even if there had been no influence of foreign capitalism'. For their part, Kuomintang writers such as Sa Mengwu, who believed that Sun Yatsen had advocated the...
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The Elgar Companion to Development Studies

David Clark - 2006 - 713 頁
...'As China's feudal society had developed a commodity economy and so carried within itself the seeds of capitalism, China would of herself have developed slowly into a capitalist society even without the impact of foreign capitalism'. In this view, colonialism and imperialism were held responsible...
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Asian Firms: History, Institutions and Management

Frank B. Tipton - 2008 - 432 頁
...landlords, nobility, and emperor owned most of the land and extracted rent from the peasantry. Nevertheless, 'As China's feudal society developed its commodity...there had been no influence of foreign capitalism.' Where China differed from the West was in having to contend with external forces. The penetration of...
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Rethinking Mao: Explorations in Mao Zedong's Thought

Nick Knight - 2007 - 295 頁
...feudal society had developed a commodity economy, and so carried within itself the seeds (nrcngya) of capitalism, China would of herself have developed slowly into a capitalist society even without the impact of foreign capitalism."72 However, during the Yan'an period, Mao regarded the universalizing...
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