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The Dragon and the wild goose: China and India

Author: Taylor, Jay Series: Contributions to the study of world history ; 8 Publisher: Greenwood Press, 1987.Language: EnglishDescription: 289 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0313258996Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Book Europe Campus
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Print J10.4 .T39 1987
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001268218
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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The Dragon and the Wild Goose China and India Contents Acknowledgments Prologue: A Tale of Two Countries 1. Convergence and Divergence 2. Legacies 3. Historic Contacts 4. The Balance of Cultural and Physical Factors 5. Gandhi and Mao 6. New Societies and Old Attitudes 7. Political Streams 8. Changing Pace in Industry 9. The Greening of the Revolutions 10. Love: Yen and Yoni 11. Art and the Artist 12. Language and Learning 13. Science: Old and New 14. Population and Health 15. Internal Divisions: Two Solutions 16. Dealing with the World 17. Stereotypes and Images 18. Prospects for the Future 19. A Philosophical Choice Notes Bibliography Index xi xiii 1 7 23 33 41 47 71 97 117 139 153 171 181 189 195 207 225 233 253 259 267 271

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