The Chinese Revolution

The Chinese Revolution

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The Chinese Revolution

The Chinese Revolution

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A new China is emerging. Whatever may be the immediate developments, however short or long the process of readjustment, we cannot doubt the outcome. This book is not, of course, intended to be a final account of either the process or the result, but an aid to the study of the large outstanding causes and of their operation thus far. These causes are clear, and a knowledge of them is indispensable to an understanding of the extraordinary significance of the reconstruction which is now taking place. I have used some parts of my former and larger book, "New Forces in Old China," which are applicable to present conditions, and the scope of this little book -- the publishers, The Fleming H. Revell Company, having given their approval. This material, however, has been readjusted, wherever necessary, and brought down to date. Considerable new matter has been added, so that this book is intended to be a separate one representing the present situation.

THE AUTHOR.

156 FIFTH AVE., NEW YORK, March 30, 1912.

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