The people of T'ong

Charles, John
June 1997
New Internationalist;Jun97, Issue 291, p35
Provides information on states and empires and their nebulous concepts of having being in existence and feel no need for explanations, while focusing on the historical aspects of the opium trade. Who are some of the empires that predicted their loss of status; What is the country that was involved in British opium trade; When did the Chinese army sweep the Kuomintang; How many troops did the British reinforce in Hong Kong.


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