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Korean Anarchism Before 1945: A Regional And Transnational Approach

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This chapter discusses some questions thrown up by anarchism as it is transplanted in political, social and cultural/intellectual environments different from the one that gave rise to it in the first place. The issue is ultimately the relationship between anarchism and place. Anarchism in China is best grasped through a regional perspective that makes it possible to glimpse the many translocal ties within which anarchism flourished for a period of three decades. Political and ideological differences among the Chinese anarchists were visible in the different readings they placed on anarchism and, by implication, on the question of its relationship to Chinese cultural legacies, which were themselves in the process of radical re-evaluation in the early part of the 20th century.

Keywords:anarchism; Chinese cultural legacies



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