Spoilt children of empire: Westerners in Shanghai and the Chinese revolution of the 1920s

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Middlebury College Press, 1991 - History - 361 pages
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By 1920 an enclave of some 38,000 foreigners lived in Shanghai with their own government, lifestyle, and privileges. This was not to last, for the decade brought challenges to this comfortable ... Read full review

Contents

The Government of Foreign Shanghai
16
Businessmen Missionaries and Educators
37
Society and Culture in Foreign
60
Copyright

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Nicholas R. Clifford is College Professor Emeritus, Middlebury College.

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