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A Confucian Constitutional Order:
How China's Ancient Past Can Shape Its Political Future
Jiang Qing
Edited by Daniel A. Bell & Ruiping Fan
Translated by Edmund Ryden

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"Jiang Qing is a remarkable intellectual and sociological phenomenon, and he is China's most visible proponent of Confucian revivalism. His work engages scholars and he is a courageous and active force for political reform in China. This book will be useful to those who want to learn more about China's most charismatic advocate for traditional Confucian principles."--Justin Tiwald, San Francisco State University

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