Rebellions and Revolutions: China from the 1800s to the 1980s

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Index
Compiled by Richard Raperet al. of Indexing Specialists.
Aberdeen, Lord, Hong Kong50
Aeronautical Institute, Red Guards 356
Agrarian Reform Law ( 1950) 291 ariculture
cadres, corruption ( 1963-5) 326-9
cash-cropping 13-14
collectivization ( 1950s) 296-300
contract system 387-8, 410-11
crop yields 153-4
economic reform ( 1978) 382
family farming ( 1950s) 315
famine losses ( 1960-2) 315-16
farm survey ( 1929-33) 156-61
First Five Year Plan ( 1953-7) 295-300, 347, 349
GLF and communes 310-12
improvements ( 1937) 244
land reform 289-93
Mao, development role 376
mechanization issue 347-8 151, modernization (after 1978) 401-3
reforms 132, 140, 387-91
revolution (after 1978) 387-91
Taiwan ( 1980s) 406-7
Ten Great Relationships301-2
Ten Points' issue ( 1963-4) 326-9
traditional society 3, 6-9 (map 4), 12
'Twelve Year Plan' 307
Aidit, D. N.209
Aigun River, border disputes ( 1968) 365
Aisin Gioro clan142
Alcock, Sir Rutherford
Alcock Convention ( 1869) 117
opium trade 77-8
tariff dues 84
alienation debate 394-6
Allen, Young J., missionary 129, 228
Alley, Rewi, New Zealand engineer 246
Altisharh, trading conditions 99
American Silver Purchase Act 242, 244
American Treaty of Wangxia 85
Amoy, foreign relations 81
Amur River, Russian conquest 97
An Ziwen281
anarchism, pre, 1919 popularity 200
Anfu Party180
Anglo-Chinese relations ( 1843-1861) 77-84
Anglo-Chinese Wars
first ( 1836-42) 39-48, 79, 85, 88
second ( 1857) 84-92
third ( 1860) 92-3, 98, 120
Anglo-French landing ( 1860) 92
Anglo-German agreement ( 1901) 122, 124
Anhui, student demonstrations ( 1986) 396
Anhui'clique' l7l, 176, 178
Annam, Sino-French war 119, 120
Anshan Constitution ( 1963) 331
'Anti-Bolshevik League'264
Anti-Comintern Pact ( 1936) 272
Anyuan mines, strike ( 1922) 219
Arab traders, Islamic influence 22 armies
Beiyang, split 171-182
CCP superiority ( 1948) 285-6
demobilization and Boxer rising ( 1900) 136
expansion, post 1890171
First Front Army270-1
Fourth Front Army271
Indo-China loss ( 1884) 119
Long March ( 1934-5) 270-2
modernization 140
provincial 109
provincial ( 1967) 355
revolutionary ( 1927) 224-5
revolutionary members 224-5
Second United Front ( 1937-45) 270-2
Arrow incident ( 1856) 89
Asahi Shimbun, Red Rebels report ( 1967) 353
Ashley ( Lord Shaftesbury), anti-opium society 42
Asian Development Bank, Zhao Ziyang speech 424
assemblies, provincial 141-2, 144
associations, political 126, 130
astrologers 137
atom bomb issue 318, 322, 324
Auckland, George Eden, Earl of 40
autocracy, tradition 147
Autonomous Federation of Workers426
Autumn Harvest Uprising 254-5
Badakhshan, trade agreements 100
Bai Chongxi213, 226, 236.
Bai Hua, Unrequited Love394
baihua (colloquial) style adopted ( 1919) 199
Bailey, Liberty198
banditry ( 1840s) 56-7
rural areas 160, 162

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