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Chinese intellectuals and the West, 1872-1949.
Y.C. (Yi Chu) Wang
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Contents. The current status of Chinese intellectuals reflects traditions established in the imperial period. For most of this period, government officials were selected from among the literati on the basis of the Confucian civil service examination system. Intellectuals were both participants in and critics of the government.
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