The Modernization of Inner Asia

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The Modernization of Inner Asia

CYRIL E. BLACK

LOUIS DUPREE

ELIZABETH ENDICOTT-WEST

DANIEL C. MATUSZEWSKI

EDEN NABY

ARTHUR N. WALDRON

An East Gate Book
M. E. Sharpe, Inc.
Armonk, New York London, England

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Maps xi
  • The Authors xiii
  • Preface xv
  • The Problem Inner Asia and Modernization 3
  • I- The Premodern Heritage (to the 1920s) 21
  • 1- Introduction 23
  • 2- International Context 26
  • 3- Political Institutions 60
  • 4- Economies 83
  • 5- Social Structure 109
  • 6- Knowledge and Education 134
  • 7- Conclusions The Premodern Heritage 160
  • II- The Modern Era (1920s to 1980s) 165
  • 8- Introduction 167
  • 9- International Context 172
  • 10- Political Development 197
  • 11- Economic Growth 229
  • 12- Social Integration 265
  • 13- Advancement of Knowledge 293
  • III- Patterns and Prospects Inner Asia and the World 323
  • 14- Patterns of Modernization 325
  • 15- Inner Asia and World Politics 329
  • Comparative Chronology Of Inner Asia 339
  • Glossary 361
  • Bibliography 369
  • Index 389
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