China Yesterday and To-Day

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THE HANDBOOK SERIES

SERIES II VOLUME 3


SELECTED ARTICLES ON CHINA YESTERDAY AND TODAY

COMPILED BY JULIA E. JOHNSEN

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY Dr. PING WEN KUO

NEW YORK THE H. W. WILSON COMPANY 1928

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Explanatory Note v
  • Contents ix
  • Bibliography xv
  • Introduction lxxi
  • China--The Background 3
  • Sketch of Chinese History 5
  • Geographical Factor in Development Of Chinese Civilization2 20
  • Population in China 38
  • Rule of Five 46
  • Spirit of the Chinese People 57
  • Laotzu 65
  • Buddhism in China 69
  • Case Against Force In Chinese Philosophy 72
  • Case for China 84
  • Unchanging Chinese 91
  • Spirit of China 94
  • China Today 97
  • China of Today 99
  • Statistical Relating to Provinces 102
  • Political Instability No Bar to Progress 103
  • Chinese Upheaval 104
  • View of China 106
  • Factors in Internal Situation 109
  • What China Fights For 116
  • Political Program of Kuomintang 125
  • Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's Will 129
  • Canton Idea 130
  • Renaissance in China 133
  • Mass Education Movement 145
  • Young China 158
  • Chinese Missions Face Supreme Crisis 164
  • Industrial Awakening 170
  • New Status of Women 176
  • International Relations 183
  • General Discussion 185
  • Discussion in Favor of China 273
  • Discussion Against China 323
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