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Author Chiang, Kai-shek, 1887-1975.
Title China's destiny and Chinese economic theory / Chiang Kai-Shek ; with notes and commentary by Philip Jaffe.
Imprint Leiden ; Boston : Global Oriental, 2013.
©2013

Author Chiang, Kai-shek, 1887-1975.
Series Global Oriental classic reprints ; no. 12
Global Oriental classic reprints ; no. 12.
Subject Economics -- China -- History.
China -- Foreign relations -- 1912-1949.
China -- Politics and government -- 1912-1949.
Alt Name Jaffe, Philip J. (Philip Jacob), 1895-1980.
Description 1 online resource (347 pages).
polychrome rdacc
Note Includes index.
Reprint. originally published: London : Dennis Dobson, 1947.
Translated from the Chinese.
Contents CHINA'S AND CHINESE ECONOMIC THEORY; Copyright; CONTENTS; THE SECRET OF ""CHINA'S DESTINY""; CHINA'S DESTINY By Chiang Kai-shek; CHAPTER ONE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHINESE NATION; THE ORIGINS OF NATIONAL HUMILIATION AND SOURCES OF THE REVOLUTION; I. Political, Social, and Cultural Decline in the Ch'ing [Manchu] Dynasty and Fundamental Errors of Its Domestic Policy; 2. The Conclusion of the Unequal Treaties and the People's Reaction; 3. Lessons from the Accomplishments and Failures of the 1911 Revolution; CHAPTER THREE THE DEEPENING EFFECTS OF THE UNEQUAL TREATIES.
I. Their Effects on Government and Law2. Their Effects on Eonomics; 3. Their Effects on Society; 4. Their Effects on Ethics; 5. Their Effects on Psychology; 6. National Self-Examination and Self-Criticism; CHAPTER FOUR FROM THE NORTHERN EXPEDITION TO THE WAR OF RESISTANCE; I. Reorganization of the Kuomintang and the Steps for Carrying out the Three People's Principles; 2. The Success of the Northern Expedition and Lessons of the Revolution; 3. Internal Difficulties and External Perils Following theTransfer of the National Capital to Nanking; 4· Internal Effects of the War of Resistance.
5· The International Setting of the War of Resistance-An Account of the Military Strategy and Diplomatic Battles Before and During the War of ResistanceCHAPTER FIVE CONTENTS OF THE NEW EQUAL TREATIES AND THE ESSENTIALS OF THE FUTURE WORK OF NATIONAL RECONSTRUCTION; 1. The Abandonment of the Unequal Treaties and the Meaning of the New Equal Treaties; 2. Future Direction of the People's Efforts and Essentials in the Work of Reconstruction; CHAPTER SIX FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS OF REVOLUTIONARY NATIONAL RECONSTRUCTION; I. The Problem of Establishing a Philosophy of Revolution and Reconstruction.
2. The Problem of Reforming Social and Academic Traditions3. The Problem of Fostering the Concepts of Freedom and Government by Law; CHAPTER SEVEN THE ARTERY OF CHINA'S REVOLUTIONARY RECONSTRUCTION AND THE CRITICAL QUESTIONS DETERMINING HER DESTINY; CHAPTER EIGHT CHINA'S DESTINY AND THE FUTURE OF THE WORLD; CONCLUSION; CHINESE ECONOMIC THEORY By Chiang Kai-shek; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER ONE DEFINITION AND SCOPE OF CHINESE ECONOMIC THEORY; CHAPTER TWO DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CHINESE AND WESTERN ECONOMIC THEORIES; 1. Economic Theories of Ancient China; 2. Western Economic Theories.
CHAPTER THREE ECONOMIC DUTIES OF THE STATE IN ANCIENT CHINAI. Satisfying the People's Wants; 2. Restricting the People's Wants; 3. Protecting the People; CHAPTER FOUR ECONOMIC PRINCIPLES OF THE ""MIN SHENG CHU I""-THE PEOPLE'S LIVELIHOOD; I. Laissez-faire and Marxism; 2. Sun rat-sen's ""Industrial Plan""; CHAPTER FIVE CHINA'S FUTURE ECONOMIC IDEALS; COMMENTARY ON ""CHINA'S DESTINY""AND ""CHINESE ECONOMIC THEORY""; GUIDE TO THE PRONUNCIATION Of CHINESE NAMES; CHRONOLOGY OF CHINESE DYNASTIES; INDEX.
Summary Chiang's classic work, first published in 1947, examines the challenges facing the modernization of China - from the humiliation of the unequal treaties, through to the struggles of the first half of the twentieth century.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789004212732 (electronic bk.)
9004212736 (electronic bk.)
1905246811
9781905246816
9781905246816
OCLC # 868917675
Additional Format Print version: Chiang, Kai-shek, 1887-1975. China's destiny and Chinese economic theory. Leiden : Global Oriental, 2013 347 pages ; 25 cm. Global Oriental classic reprints ; no. 12 9781905246816 (DLC) 2012289802 (OCoLC)820621470


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