The Government of China: 1644-1911 (Johns Hopkins University Studies in the Social Sciences, Extra Volumes-New Ser. : No. 3)
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The Government of China: 1644-1911 (Johns Hopkins University Studies in the Social Sciences, Extra Volumes-New Ser. : No. 3) by Pao Chao Hsieh

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Written in English

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ISBN 100404613756
ISBN 109780404613754

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