Blood and History in China: The Donglin Faction and Its Repression, 1620-1627
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232pp. February 2002
Blood and History in China: The Donglin Faction and Its Repression, 1620-1627
Author: Dardess, John W.;
From 1625 to 1627 scholar-officials belonging to a militant Confucianist group known as the "Donglin Faction" suffered one of the most gruesome political repressions in China's history. Many were purged from key positions in the central government for the
"A penetrating and absorbing narrative" --China Review International 9 (2002)

"Specialists and students of China's 'political culture' ... will find many insightful nuggets" --Pacific Affairs 76 (2003)

Author: Dardess, John W.;
John W. Dardess is professor of history at the University of Kansas.
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