A time for war : student protests in the Sung dynasty
The young are more acute in their reactions to circumstances than the old, intellectuals more than ordinary people, and those in association more than those alone, suggests the author of an article on the Sung student movement that appeared in The Eastern Miscellany in 1936.1 Thus, he says, students, being in general young and educated, and belonging to a group, have a responsibility to the less fortunate to oppose with determination any action which is not to the general good. It may...[Show more]
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