Anarchism in the Chinese Revolution
University of California Press, 1991年6月19日 - 336 頁
Arif Dirlik's latest offering is a revisionist perspective on Chinese radicalism in the twentieth century. He argues that the history of anarchism is indispensable to understanding crucial themes in Chinese radicalism. And anarchism is particularly significant now as a source of democratic ideals within the history of the socialist movement in China.
Dirlik draws on the most recent scholarship and on materials available only in the last decade to compile the first comprehensive history of his subject available in a Western language. He emphasizes the anarchist contribution to revolutionary discourse and elucidates this theme through detailed analysis of both anarchist polemics and social practice. The changing circumstances of the Chinese revolution provide the immediate context, but throughout his writing the author views Chinese anarchism in relation to anarchism worldwide.
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Without knowing it you would not conclude Anarchism was much to be reckoned with in early 20th century China, but you would be wrong. Arif Dirlik demonstrates using primary Chinese source material ... 閱讀評論全文
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