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Harvard East Asian Series 99

Millenarianism and Peasant Politics in Vietnam

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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674433700

Publication Date: 02/28/1983

220 pages

2 maps

Harvard East Asian Series


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  • Part One: Tradition
    • 1. Pioneers and Prophets
    • 2. The Buu Son Ky Huong Religion
    • 3. Millenarianism and Conquest
  • Part Two: Transition
    • 4. Disaffection in the Countryside
    • 5. Sectarian Revival
    • 6. Sects and Mass Movements
  • Part Three: Millennium and Revolution
    • 7. The Rise of a New Prophet
    • 8. Rebels and Revolutionaries
    • 9. The Hoa Hao Ideology
    • 10. The End of Millenarianism
  • Conclusion: Change and Community in Millenarianism
  • Appendix A. The Buu Son Ky Huong Poem
  • Appendix B. Opposition to French Rule
  • Appendix C. Religious Training
  • Appendix D. Hoa Hao Organization
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Glossary
  • Index

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