A Study of Chinese Boycotts, with Special Reference to Their Economic Effectiveness

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INDEX
All China General Labor Union, 103.
American Asiatic Society, Journal of the, 276.
Amoy, in anti-American boycott, 38; in the 1919-21 boycott, 61; in the 1923 boycott, 86; in the 1925-26 boycotts, 96; in the 1927 boycott, 131, 135; in a 1928 local boycott, 137, 146; in the 1931 boycott, 160.
Anfu Club, 61.
Anti-Imperialists, 92.
Anti-Japanese Association of China (in the Philippines), 141.
Antung, in the 1915 boycott, 47, 278; in the 1923 boycott, 85; in the 1928 boycott, 144.
Antung-Mukden Railway Agreement, 22.
Aquatic products, in the 1908 boycott, 45; in the 1915 boycott, 53; in the 1923 boycott, 90; in the 1928-29 boycott, 152; in the 1931 boycott, 226.
Asia, 278.
Beneš, Eduard, 183, 191-92.
Bertram, Sir Anton, 6, 273.
Boston, raid on Chinese quarter of, 30.
Boxer movement, the, 17.
Boycott, the, at Geneva (see League of Nations).
Boycott, the international (see International boycott).
Boycott, as a weapon, the, 2, 3, 6, 7, 16, 28, 275, 276.
Boycotts, non-Chinese, 1, 7, 275, 291.
Briand ( President of the League of Nations), 176, 177.
British-American Tobacco Company, 101.
British Concession, at Kiukiang, 19, 22, 248; at Hankow, 93, 128, 130, 248.
British East India Company, 21.
British Economic Boycott Extension Committee, 102.
British shipping boycotted, locally at Kiukiang, 19; in the 1925-26 boycotts, 97, 98, 99, 100; in boycott against Hongkong, 125.
British troops in China, 128, 129.
Burgess, John Stewart, 12, 16, 273.
Burlingame treaty, 29.
"Buy Chinese Goods," 47.
Canton, mother of Chinese nationalism, 17; dispute with the British, 21; in the boycott against the United States, 31, 38; in the 1908 boycott, 40, 41; in the 1915 boycott, 46; in the 1919 boycott, 56, 59, 62; in the 1923 boycott, 81, 82, 86; in the 1925-26 boycotts, 93-94, 96, 97, 100, 102-106; in the 1927 boycotts, 129, 131; in local anti-British boycott, 132; in the 1928 boycott, 139, 146; threatens to boycott Germany, 158; in the 1931 boycott, 162, 167 (see also Shameen Affair).
Canton-Hankow Railway concession, 31.
Causes, of the boycott against the United States, 19; of the 1908 boycott, 40-41; of the 1909 boycott, 22; of the 1909 boycott against Great Britain, 22; of the 1915 boycott, 46-47; of the 1919- 21 boycott, 56; of the 1923 boycott, 80; of the 1925-26 boycott against Japan, 92; of the 1925 boycott against Great Britain, 92- 94; of the 1925-26 boycott against Hongkong, 93, 102-103; of the 1927 boycott against Great Britain, 128-129; of the 1927 boycott against Japan, 130-131; of the 1928-29 boycott, 137; of the 1931 boycott, 156, 159, 160, 168, 181, 214.
Cecil (Lord), 178.
Central China, in the boycott against the United States, 37; in the boycott of 1908, 43, 44, 45; in the

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