The family and freedom : anarchist discourse about love, marriage, and the family in Japan and China, 1900s - 1930s
From the early 1900s to the late 1930s, anarchists in Japan and China formulated revolutionary social changes to the family, including issues of love, marriage and child-rearing and sexuality. A proposed "family revolution" in the late Qing period has often been quoted as representing the social impact of Chinese anarchists, but anarchist debate over fundamental family issues in both Japan and China continued into the 1930s, ranging over wider aspects, and reflecting a variety of radical...[Show more]
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