Introduction to the economic history of China / by E. Stuart Kirby.


London : Allen and Unwin, 1954.

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Subjects China -- Economic conditions.
China.
Chine. Economie.
Economic history.
Description vii, 202 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1954.
Notes "The substance of the present work, in condensed form, appeared as a series of articles in the Far Eastern economic review, Hong Kong, between May 1952 and February 1953"--Acknowledgments, pages [v].
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Appendix. Chinese References" list references in Chinese (pages 191-198).
Contents Preface: the problems and the danger -- A formative period in Chinese historiography -- The deep roots of Chinese marxism -- The foundations of Chinese history -- The progress of thought, in China and abroad -- The first dynasties -- The age of Confucius and the classics -- The first unification of China: its political and social background -- The great Han Empire -- China and Asia in the Middle Ages -- The meaning of the 'Middle Ages' -- From han to T'ang: Chinese society in the third to the sixth centuries -- Northern and southern dynasties -- Basic problems of T'ang Society -- The great T'ang Empire -- The five dynasties and the rise of Sung -- Traitors and aliens: the fall of the sung and the mongol occupation -- Antecedents of the modern period -- The Manchus and the moderns.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)288687
(OCoLC)ocm00288687
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WorldCat Identities Kirby, E. Stuart.
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