Central Government of China, 1912-1928

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Central Government of China, 1912-1928

By Franklin W. Houn
University of Wisconsin Press, 1957
246 pp. $4.50

A study of the various forms of governmental structure that were adopted in turn from the outbreak of the 1911 Revolution to the summer of 1928. It is the author's thesis that the failures of these earlier experiments contributed to a loss of faith in constitutional government.

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