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by Chung Dooeum,Dooeum Chung

eBook Elitist Fascism: Chiang Kaishek's Blueshirts in 1930's China download ISBN: 0754611663
Author: Chung Dooeum,Dooeum Chung
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd (July 1, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 366
ePub: 1361 kb
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Category: Political
Subcategory: Politics and Government

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Chiang met with Liu and appreciated his theory, leading to the evolution of the SPTPP into the Blue Shirt Society (BSS). Chung, Dooeum, "Elitist Fascism: Chiang Kaishek's Blueshirts in 1930's China. Ashgate 2000, ISBN 9780754611660. In March 1932, under cover of an existing club called the Spirit Encouragement Society (勵志社),the SPTPP officially announced its establishment.

The Chinese Blue Shirt Society: Fascism and Developmental Nationalism. Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies; Dooeum, Cheng (2000). Elitist Fascism: Chiang Kaishek's Blue Shirts in 1930s China. Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate; Wakeman, Frederic Jr. (1997)

The Chinese Blue Shirt Society: Fascism and Developmental Nationalism. (1997). A Revisionist View of the Nanjing Decade: Confucian Fascism’.

In the 1930s, an elitist group around Chiang Kaishek looked to fascism as a "quick" solution to the modernization of. .

In the 1930s, an elitist group around Chiang Kaishek looked to fascism as a "quick" solution to the modernization of China. This study favours the view that Chiang Kaishek was confident in his goal to modernize China through an essentially Western method (fascism) and to use it as an instrument, while moulding it into a Confucianist philosophy. His ideas were given shape by the Blueshirts - in effect an elitist organization within the Guomindang government structure

Elitist Fascism : Chiang Kaishek's Blueshirts in 1930s China. In the 1930s, an elitist group around Chiang Kaishek looked to fascism as a quick solution to the modernization of China

Elitist Fascism : Chiang Kaishek's Blueshirts in 1930s China. In the 1930s, an elitist group around Chiang Kaishek looked to fascism as a quick solution to the modernization of China.

Chiang Kaishek's Blueshirts in 1930s China. Includes bibliographical references (p. -346) and index. Published 2000 by Ashgate in Aldershot, Burlington, Vt. Written in English. Chiang Kaishek's Blueshirts in 1930s China.

Chung, Dooeum (2000) Élitist Fascism: Chiang Kaishek’s Blueshirts in 1930s China, Aldershot: Ashgate. Ci, Jiwei (2014) Moral China in the Age of Reform, New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Ci, Jiwei (1994) Dialectic of the Chinese Revolution: From Utopianism to Hedonism, Stanford: Stanford University Press. Jacobs, Andrew (2013) Authors Accept Censors’ Rules to Sell in China, New York Times, October 1. oogle Scholar.

LibraryThing members' description . In the 1930s, an elitist group around Chiang Kaishek looked to fascism as a "quick" solution to the modernization of China. His ideas were given shape by the Blueshirts - in effect an elitist organization within the Guomindang government structure

In the 1930s, an elitist group around Chiang Kaishek looked to fascism as a "quick" solution to the modernization of China. This study favours the view that Chiang Kaishek was confident in his goal to modernize China through an essentially Western method (fascism) and to use it as an instrument, while moulding it into a Confucianist philosophy. His ideas were given shape by the Blueshirts - in effect an elitist organization within the Guomindang government structure. This organization practised the ancient Chinese theory of "knowledge and action" in order to inspire the Chinese people.