Chinese Visions of Family and State, 1915-1953

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Overview

At the dawn of the twentieth century, China's sovereignty was fragile at best.
In the face of international pressure and domestic upheaval, young urban radicals—desperate for reforms that would save their nation—clamored for change, championing Western-inspired family reform and promoting free marriage choice and economic and emotional independence. But what came to be known as the New Culture Movement had the unwitting effect of fostering totalitarianism.
In this wide-reaching, engrossing book, Susan Glosser examines how the link between family order and national salvation affected state-building and explores its lasting consequences.

Glosser effectively argues that the replacement of the authoritarian, patriarchal, extended family structure with an egalitarian, conjugal family was a way for the nation to preserve crucial elements of its traditional culture. Her comprehensive research shows that in the end, family reform paved the way for the Chinese Communist Party to establish a deeply intrusive state that undermined the legitimacy of individual rights.

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Meet the Author

Susan L. Glosser is Associate Professor of History at Lewis & Clark College.

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Table of Contents

List of Tables and Figures
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Chronology
Introduction: Evolve or Perish 1
1 Saving Self and Nation: The New Culture Movement's Family-Reform Discourse 27
2 Making the National Family: The Statist Xiao Jiating 81
3 Marketing the Family: You Huaigao and the Entrepreneurial Xiao Jiating 134
4 Love for Revolution: Xiao Jiating in the People's Republic 167
Conclusion: The Malleability of the Xiao Jiating Ideal 197
Notes 201
Bibliography 249
Glossary 263
Index 267
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2002

    Susan Rocks

    Professor Glosser has come a long way. She said she was going to write a history book some 17 years ago when she was a student. And the book is coming out next month. Way to go, Susan.

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