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The Missionary Mind and American East Asia Policy, 1911–1915

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$31.50 • £25.95 • €28.50

ISBN 9780674576575

Publication Date: 06/21/1983

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  • Foreword [John King Fairbank]
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • I. Mind
    • 1. The Missionary Mind
      • The Myth of Christian Civilization
      • The Idea of Christian China
      • The Missionary Mind in Action
    • 2. The Business Mind
      • American Interests: Material View
      • The Significance of American Interests
      • Asia and the Business Community
    • 3. The Mind of the Foreign-Policy Public
      • Asia in the Minds of the Critical and Articulate
      • The Mind of the Opinion Leadership
      • The Foreign-Policy Public and the Missionary Mind
  • II. Policy
    • 4. Recognition: the American Public and the Chinese Republican Revolution
      • The Official reaction
      • The Public Reaction
      • The Politicization of China
      • Explaining Public Opinion
    • 5. Nonrecognition: The American Policy-Makers and the Twenty-One Demands
      • The Twenty-One Demands and the Official Minds: The Policy Options
      • The Prudent Friend
      • A Very Weighty State Paper: The Decision to Protest
      • Group 5
      • Champions of China
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix
  • Notes
  • Biobliography
  • Index

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