Chinese visions of family and state, 1915-1953 /
At the dawn of the 20th century, China's sovereignty was fragile at best. In the face of international pressure and domestic upheaval, young urban radicals clamoured for change, championing Western-inspired family reform. This text examines the New Culture Movement and its lasting consequences.
University of California Press,
|Series:||Asia--local studies/global themes ;
|Online Access:||Online version|
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