Warlord Politics: Conflict and Coalition in the Modernization of Republican China

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INDEX
Anfu-Chihli War, 63
Anfu Faction, 22, 27, 47, 77, 88, 90, 91, 122, 174n59, 183n65, 185n12; and Communications Clique, 147-48; conflict with Chihl Faction, 18-21, 37, 147; and Lu Yung-hsiang, 28, 81-87, 124; rise of, 18- 21, 37
Anhwei Province, 18, 33, 61, 87, 89, 90, 101, 108, 110, 126, 165, 177n43, 180n29, 181n35, 189n81
Anhwei Self-Government Association, 165
Ankuochün, 36, 111-12
Baker, E. Carleton, 57
Bank of Agriculture and Commerce, 163
Bank of China, 163
Bismarck, 62
Borodin, Michael, 32
Boxer Indemnity, 127
Boxer Protocol, 35
Canton government, 47, 63, 97, 120, 172n11, 173n32, 187n43, 199n8, 201n25. See also South China government
Chahar, 66, 108
Chang Chien, 123
Chang Chih-chiang, 63, 64, 66, 67, 71, 73, 74
Chang Chih-ping, 187n34
Chang Chih-t'an, 147, 148
Chang Chih-tung, 197n30
Chang Chin-i, 46
Chang Ching-wei, 103-4
Chang Ching-yao, 20
Chang Hsiao-ch'en, 46
Chang Hsüan-hsiang, 51
Chang Hsüeh-liang, 51, 182n54
Chang Hsün, 15, 17, 18, 23, 63, 90, 125, 126
Chang Hu, 136, 148, 149, 201n20
Chang Hung-yu, 73
Chang Shao-tseng, 47, 146, 150, 179n8
Chang Shih-chao, 156
Chang Teng-hsüan, 45, 51
Chang Tso-lin, 21, 37, 42, 45, 47, 50, 55-58, 60, 79, 98, 127, 134-35, 136, 137, 147-48, 150, 164, 178n58, 198n34, 202n28; and Chihl Faction, 21-23, 27-29, 88-90, 92, 192n31; and Feng Yü-hsiang, 29, 31- 33, 34, 52-53, 69-72, 97-100, 102-3, 145, 181n45; and First Chihli-Fengtien War, 21-23; and Lu Yung-hsiang, 81-87; and Northern Expedition, 108-12; propaganda of, 118, 121, 122, 125-26; in Second Chihli-Fengtien War, 27-29; and Ts'ao K'un, 24, 99-100; and Tuan Ch'i-jui, 31- 33, 34, 36-37 See alsoFengtien Faction
Chang Tsung-ch'ang, 47, 69, 87, 108, 109, 110, 111, 178n64, 192n29
Chang Wen-sen, 90
Chang Ying-hua, 190n12
Chang Yu, 179n9
Chao Heng-t'i, 129
Chao Ti, 91-92, 164
Chaochou, 23
Chekiang-Kiangsu War (1924), 105-6
Chekiang Province, 18, 28, 29, 33, 48-49, 69, 82, 85-86, 87, 101, 106, 108, 193n47
Chen, Eugene, 118
Ch'en Chin-shen, 73
Ch'en Hsüeh (Monarchists), 122
Ch'en Shu-fan, 63
Ch'eng Kuang-yüan, 19
Ch'i Hsieh-yüan, 28, 29, 33, 48, 50, 52, 54, 86, 90, 101, 106, 186n30, 189n81, 190n11, 192n28, 194n58
Ch'i Hung-ch'ang, 62-63
Ch'i Yao-shan, 148
Chiang Kai-shek, 76, 108, 123, 130, 181n41, 184n83
Chiao Yao-nan, 189n81
Chihl Faction, 30, 31, 33, 46, 53, 78, 135- 36, 146, 147-48, 202n29; analysis of ( 1920-24), 88-94; and Chang Tso-lin, 21- 23, 27-29, 81-87, 124, 192n31; conflict with Anfu Faction, 18-21, 37, 147; and Feng Yü-hsiang, 25-27, 29-31, 63-64, 66- 67, 97-100, 198n35; in First Chihli-Feng- tien War, 21-23; period of domination by, 23-25, 88-94; rise of, 18-21, 37; in Second Chihli-Fengtien War, 27-29; and Ts'ao K'un, 25-27, 45-46, 79, 80, 89-92; and Wu P'ei-fu, 20-25, 27-29, 89-92, 124, 195n5
Chihli-Fengtien Wars. See First Chihli-Feng- tien War; Second Chihli-Fengtien War

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Tables vi
  • Preface vii
  • The Place of Warlords in Chinese Politics 3
  • The Sequence of Power Struggles 13
  • The Warlord Organizations 39
  • A Case Study of the KuominchÜn 60
  • The Making and Breaking of Alliances 77
  • The Warlords' Balance of Power 94
  • Public Relations and Propaganda 113
  • The Warlords and Cabinet Government 132
  • Intellectuals and Businessmen 154
  • Concluding Remarks 167
  • Notes 171
  • Bibliography 205
  • Index 209
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