The Ageless Chinese by Dun J. Li
A History

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The long concluding chapters on the follies of the Nationalist regime and the odd unexpected triumph of Marxism are excellently done, meaningfully prepared for by the earlier excursions into feudalism, the Mongol, Ming and Sung regimes, the 19th century Western impact. A fine chronicle.
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Published October 11, 1978 by Pearson. 629 pages
Genres: History, Travel.
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The long concluding chapters on the follies of the Nationalist regime and the odd unexpected triumph of Marxism are excellently done, meaningfully prepared for by the earlier excursions into feudalism, the Mongol, Ming and Sung regimes, the 19th century Western impact. A fine chronicle.

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