Index

a
27th Army, protestors murdered by, 180
38th parallel, 145 , 146 , 147
APCs (agricultural producers’ cooperatives), 148 , 149 , 150 , 151
fraudulent harvest reports, 151
Peng Dehuai’s daring criticism of, 151
Abbasid Caliphate, 65
abortion, 10 , 169
amniocentesis and, 169
forced, 169
selective of females, 10
administration, 35–36 , 47
Legalist emphasis on, 35–36
Qin unification and uniformization of, 47
Africa, 88
agricultural producers’ cooperatives. See APCs
agriculture, 3–5 , 12 , 148 , 149 , 150
Chinese Communist attempt to collectivize, 148 , 149 , 150
myth of discovery of by Shen Nong, 12
alchemy, 66 , 95
Alexander the Great, 62 , 65
Allied Armies of Eight Nations, 117
ambition, Taoism’s view as a vice, 28 , 30
Americans. See United States
Amherst, Lord, 102
An Lushan, rebellion of, 69 , 71 , 73 , 82 , 83
Analects, 23
anarchism, 126
ancestors, 14 , 19
Shang attempts to communicate with, 14
traditional Chinese veneration of, 19
Anhui Army (Huai Army), 109
Anhui province, 10 , 160

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  • Advisory Board ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Series Foreword vii
  • Preface xi
  • 1 - Geography, Government, Population, and Early History 1
  • 2 - Pre-Imperial China: Ca. 1122–221 B.C 17
  • 3 - Early Imperial China: 221 B.C.–A.D. 589 45
  • 4 - Middle and Late Imperial China: A.D. 589–Ca. 1800 67
  • 5 - The Tumultuous Nineteenth Century: External Aggression and Internal Chaos 99
  • 6 - Revolution and Republic 115
  • 7 - The People’s Republic: from First Breath to Mao’s Death 143
  • 8 - Deng’s China 167
  • 9 - China in the 1990s 181
  • Notable People in the History of China 205
  • Chinese Dynasties 219
  • Glossary of Selected Terms 221
  • Bibliographic Essay 225
  • Works Cited 227
  • Index 229
  • About the Author 255
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