The censorial system of Ming China [by] Charles O. Hucker.


Stanford, Calif., Stanford University Press, 1966.

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Subjects China -- Politics and government -- Early to 1643.
China.
Chine -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1368-1644.
Political science -- China -- History.
Political science.
Politics and government
Política -- Historia -- China.
Series Stanford studies in the civilizations of eastern Asia.
Description viii, 406 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1966.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 385-394).
Contents The censorial heritage in China -- The Ming censorial establishment -- Censorial surveillance techniques -- Censorial impeachments and counsel in a tranquil era, 1424-34 -- Censorial impeachments and counsel in a chaotic era, 1620-27 -- Censorial distractions and discipline -- Censorship and the traditional state system.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Taiwan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)412075
(OCoLC)ocm00412075
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WorldCat Identities Hucker, Charles O.
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