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Rereading Modern Chinese History

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<i>Rereading Modern Chinese History</i> is a collection of short essays on aspects of the history of the Qing dynasty, a regime dominated by Manchus that ruled China from 1644 to 1911. Using sources from that period and earlier, the book addresses key themes on the nature of Qing rule.

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