290 Pages
    by Routledge

    300 Pages
    by Routledge

    This book, a study of revolution in China, considers movements of Western origin, such as Christianity or Communism, only as they appear in the Chinese context, treating them as integral factors in the Chinese revolutionary situation.

    Preface -- The Origins of the Chinese Revolution -- The Early Republic: ‘Min Kuo’ Period -- The Nationalist Dictatorship: ‘Kuomin’ Period -- The Triumph of Communism: ‘Jen Min’ Period -- Christianity in the Chinese Revolution -- Revolution and Orthodoxy -- ‘New Democracy’ -- The Chinese Revolution and the Western Powers -- The Chinese Revolution and the Far East -- Possible Development of the Chinese Revolution


    C. P. Fitzgerald