Ordering the World


 expand sectionIntroduction
 expand sectionOne  Su Hsun's Pragmatic Statecraft
 expand sectionTwo  State Power and Economic Activism during the New Policies, 1068-1085' The Tea and Horse Trade and the "Green Sprouts" Loan Policy
 expand sectionThree  Government, Society, and State: On the Political Visions of Ssu-ma Kuang and Wang An-shih
 expand sectionFour  Chu Hsi's Sense of History
 expand sectionFive  Community and Welfare: Chu Hsi's Community Granary in Theory and Practice
 expand sectionSix  Charitable Estates as an Aspect of Statecraft in Southern Sung China
  Seven  Moral Duty and Self-Regulating Process in Southern Sung Views of Famine Relief
 expand sectionEight  The Historian as Critic: Li Hsin-ch'uan and the Dilemmas of Statecraft in Southern Sung China
  Nine  Wei Liao-weng's Thwarted Statecraft
 expand sectionTen  Chen Te-hsiu and Statecraft

 expand sectionGlossary
 expand sectionWorks Cited
 expand sectionIndex

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