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China’s Republican Revolution: The Case of Kwangtung, 1895–1913 (Harvard East Asian Series) ebook

by Edward Rhoads


Harvard East Asian Series 81. China’s Republican Revolution. The Case of Kwangtung, 1895–1913. Starting with this premise, Edward Rhoads traces the social, political, and economic history of the republican revolution.

Harvard East Asian Series 81. In his view, after the Boxer uprising, the Manchu court, usually called supine and reactionary, instituted a program of reform that was a serious, comprehensive, and often successful attempt at radical social transformation. It failed, but it politicized the Chinese people to an unprecedented degree-and it marks the entrance of China into the modern era.

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In 1911 tensions in China grew to a breaking point. a b Rhoads, Edward J. (1975). China's Republican Revolution: The Case of Kwangtung, 1895-1913. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. pp. 196, 211 and 218. This was especially the case in on the urbanized southern Chinese coast. For example, in April 1911, the Second Guangzhou Uprising (led by Huang Xing) broke out – and was quickly crushed. One of the commanders central to putting down this revolt was the aforementioned Li Chun, who had previously been involved in combating many revolutionary uprisings since 1907. ISBN 0674119800. Danver, Steven L. (2010).

Edward Rhoads is a historian of modern China

Edward Rhoads is a historian of modern China. He taught for more than three decades at the University of Texas at Austin; he now lives in Philadelphia, where he is a Visiting Scholar at the Center for East Asian Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. His publications include two studies of the 1911 Revolution: China’s Republican Revolution: The Case of Kwangtung, 1895-1913 (Harvard University Press, 1975) and Manchus and Han: Ethnic Relations and Political Power in Late Qing and Early Republican China, 1861-1928 (University of Washington Press, 2000); the latter book won the 2002 Joseph Levenson Prize from the.

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Imperialism, pernicious as it was in most respects, served as the prime catalyst for social change in China throughout the turbulent period from 1895 to 1913. Starting with this premise, Edward Rhoads traces the social, political, and economic history of the republican revolution. In his view, after the Boxer uprising, the Manchu court, usually called supine and reactionary, instituted a program of reform that was a serious, comprehensive, and often successful attempt at radical social transformation. It failed, but it politicized the Chinese people to an unprecedented degree―and it marks the entrance of China into the modern era. The post-Boxer reforms attracted many revolutionaries and defused a serious revolutionary threat. Contrary to traditional accounts, Sun Yat-sen and his Revolutionary Alliance did not move easily from success to success. On the eve of the 1911 revolution, in fact, the movement was disorganized and demoralized. Its ultimate victory came less from its own efforts than from the failure of the incumbent rulers to win the support of the nonrevolutionary elite.
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