- The Intellectual Revolution in China
Professor of History, University of California; author of Liang Ch’i-ch’ao and the Mind of Modem China (1953 Modem China (1959) and. Confucian China and Its Modem Fate: The Problem of Intellectual Continuity (1958)
1. The “May Fourth Movement” politically was a surge of feeling against the Japanese expropriators of Shantung province, and so on, their World War allies, and their Chinese official creatures, and culturally, against the temper and institutions of China, which had allegedly made her such easy, helpless game.