The Modern Chinese State

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David Shambaugh, William Kirby
Cambridge University Press, 2000年5月8日 - 244 頁
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The Modern Chinese State is the first book to examine systematically the evolution of the Chinese state from the late Ming Dynasty of the 17th century, through the Nationalist and Communist party states of the 20th century, and into the 21st century. Leading scholars on modern China carefully assess the internal organization of the Chinese state over time, the ruling parties that have governed it, the foreign and indigenous systems that have served as models for state-building and political development, and the array of concepts that have guided Chinese thinking about the state.

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The Evolving and Eclectic Modern Chinese State
3
The Late Imperial Chinese State
17
The Chinese State during the Republican Era
44
The Evolution of the State in the Republic of China on Taiwan
75
The Chinese State during the Maoist Era
107
The Chinese State in the PostMao Era
163
The Chinese Communist Economic State in Comparative Perspective
190
The Future of the Chinese State
218
Index
239
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