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The State, Identity, and the National Question in China and Japan
Germaine A. Hoston

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Preface
Introduction: Identity, the National Question, and Revolutionary Change in China and Japan3
Ch. 1Marxism, Revolution, and the National Question18
Pt. 1The National Question and the Political Theory of Marxism in Asia43
Ch. 2The National Question and Problems in the Marxist Theory of the State45
Ch. 3The Encounter: Indigenous Perspectives and the Introduction of Marxism84
Pt. 2Anarchism, Nationalism, and the Challenge of Bolshevism125
Ch. 4Anarchism, Populism, and Early Marxian Socialism127
Ch. 5Nationalism and the Path to Bolshevism175
Pt. 3History, the State, and Revolutionary Change: Marxist Analyses of the Chinese and Japanese States219
Ch. 6State, Nation, and the National Question in the Debate on Japanese Capitalism221
Ch. 7National Identity and the State in the Controversy on Chinese Social History273
Pt. 4Outcomes: The Reconciliation of Marxism With National Identity326
Ch. 8Tenko: Emperor, State, and Marxian National Socialism in Showa Japan327
Ch. 9Mao and the Chinese Synthesis of Nationalism, Stateness, and Marxism361
Ch. 10Marxism, Nationalism, and Late Industrialization: Conclusions and Epilogue402
Notes445
Select Bibliography535
Index609

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