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Editor's Note Both Albert Feuerwerker's cogent synthesis of early twentieth century history and Arif Dirlik's provocative analysis of the state of intellectual history were first given to Chinese audiences in the PRC. In his essay, Feuerwerker addresses several interpretations frequently set forth by historians in the PRC while Dirlik describes the intellectual framework of many American studies of China. Because of limited space, I abridged and edited both essays. The Point-Counterpoint feature on warlordism contains responses to a lengthy paper written in 1978 by Thomas Rawski, the main points of which I summarize in a brief preface. Marilyn Levine's review essay points to changes in attitudes among PRC historians about the doing of history: some of these changes are reflected in Li Zongyi's report on the May 1984 symposium on Republican history. ...


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