Rebels and Revolutionaries in North China, 1845-1945

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Bibliography

Note: The locations and call numbers of archival materials are supplied in the bibliography of my dissertation, "From Rebels to Revolutionaries: Peasant Violence in Huai-pei, 1845-1945" ( University of Michigan, 1978).

Agrarian China, 1938, Chicago.

Aird J. S., 1968, "Population Growth," in Economic Trends in Communist China, ed. A. Eckstein, W. Galenson, and T. C. Liu, Chicago.

An-hui cheng-chih, 1941 [Anhwei politics], 4(7).

An-hui-sheng t'ung-chi nien-chien, 1934 [Statistical yearbook of Anhwei Province], Anhwei Provincial Government Statistics Committee.

An-hui t'ung-chih, 1877 [Gazetteer of Anhwei Province], ed. Ho Chihchi .

Baba Takeshi, 1974, "Kōs6kai undō josetsu" [Introduction to the Red Spears], in Chūgoku minshū hanran no sekai, Tokyo.

-----, 1976, "Kōsōkai [Red Spears]", Shakai Keizaishi Gaku, 42( 1), pp. 59-83.

Belden J., 1943, Still Time to Die, New York.

Bianco L., 1972, "Secret Societies and Peasant Self-Defense, 1921- 1933," in Secret Societies and Popular Movements, ed. J. Stanford Chesneaux , pp. 213-24.

-----, 1973, "The Land Tax in Republican China Until 1937," paper presented at University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies colloquium.

-----, 1976, "Peasants and Revolution," Journal of Peasant Studies, 2( 3), pp. 313-36.

Billingsley P. R., 1974, "Banditry in China, 1911-1928," doctoral dissertation, University of Leeds.

Blok A., 1972, "The Peasant and the Brigand: Social Banditry Reconsidered,''" Comparative Studies in Society and History, 14( 4), pp. 494-503.

-----, 1974, The Mafia of a Sicilian Village, New York.

Buck J. L., 1927, "The Big Swords and the Little Swords Clash," Decimal File on China, 1910- 1929, microfilm #893/10239.

-----, 1964a, Land Utilization in China, New York.

-----, 1964b, Land Utilization in China: Statistics, Chicago.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xiii
  • 1. Introduction 1
  • 2. Prelude to Protest: the Huai-Pei Environment 10
  • 3. Strategies of Peasant Survival in Huai-Pei 48
  • Conclusion 94
  • 4. Predators Turn Rebels: the Case of the Nien 96
  • Conclusion 148
  • 5. Protectors Turn Rebels: the Case of the Red Spears 152
  • Conclusion 205
  • 6. Rebels Meet Revolutionaries: the Communist Movement in Huai-Pei 208
  • Conclusion 245
  • 7. Conclusion 248
  • Reference Matter 263
  • Appendix A Confession of Chang Lo-hsing 265
  • Appendix B Red Spear Code 267
  • Appendix C North China Protective Societies Contemporary with the Red Spears 269
  • Notes 274
  • Bibliography 294
  • Character List 312
  • Index 317
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