During the 1920s, China's intellectuals called for a new literature, a new system of thought, and a new orientation toward modern life. This work furthers our understanding of trans-nationalism and reminds us that in our rush to deconstruct the nation we should remember the discursive power of nationalism.
Perspectives on Modern China: Four Anniversaries
Kenneth Lieberthal; Joyce Kallgren; Roderick Macfarquhar; Frederic Wakeman Jr.; Thomas P. Bernstein; Lloyd E. Eastman; Michael H. Hunt; Joyce Kallgren; Leo Ou-Fan Lee; Barry Naughton; Michel Oksenberg; Dwight H. Perkins; Evelyn S. Rawski; Vivienne Shue; James R. Townsend; James L. Watson; Tu Wei-Ming; Martin King Whyte; Alexander Woodside; Madeleine Zelin.
An East Gate Book, 1991