The Fight for the Republic in China eBook

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GENERAL INTRODUCTION1
CHAPTER II13
CHAPTER III23
CHAPTER IV33
CHAPTER V40
CHAPTER VI50
JAPAN’S ORIGINAL TWENTY-ONE DEMANDS51
GROUP I51
GROUP II51
GROUP III52
GROUP IV52
GROUP V53
JAPAN’S REVISED DEMANDS58
GROUP I58
GROUP II59
GROUP III61
GROUP IV61
B61
NOTES TO BE EXCHANGED62
MEMORANDUM62
CHINA’S REPLY TO REVISED DEMANDS66
GROUP I66
GROUP III68
JAPAN’S ULTIMATUM TO CHINA69
EXPLANATORY NOTE72
CHAPTER VII73
PART I. THE EUROPEAN WAR AND THE CHINESE QUESTION75
PART II.  THE CHINESE QUESTION AND THE DEFENSIVE ALLIANCE78
CHAPTER VIII88
THE PAMPHLET OF YANG TU88
A DEFENCE OF THE MONARCHICAL MOVEMENT PART I91
CHAPTER IX107
THE MEMORANDUM OF DR. GOODNOW107
DR. GOODNOW’S MEMORANDUM108
CHAPTER X119
THE APPEAL OF THE SCHOLAR LIANG CH’I-CHAO119
FROM REPUBLIC TO MONARCHY120
I. THE QUESTION OF KUO-TI120
II.  THE ARGUMENT AGAINST CHANGE121
III.  RES JUDICATA123
IV.  THE PRESIDENT AND THE CONSTITUTION124
V. FALLACIES OF THE MONARCHISTS126
VI.  THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION LAW128
VII.  THE CASE OF DIAZ, THE DICTATOR129
XI.  THE ASSEVERATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT134
XII.  THE CHOU AN HUI AND THE LAW135
XIII.  A POSTSCRIPT135
CHAPTER XI137
CHAPTER XII150
THE REVOLT OF YUNNAN150
FIRST TELEGRAM150
SECOND TELEGRAM152
CHAPTER XIII158
THE DOWNFALL AND DEATH OP YUAN SHIH-KAI158
DECREE CANCELLING THE EMPIRE (22D MARCH)164
LAST MANDATE OF YUAN SHIH-KAI170
CHAPTER XIV172
CHAPTER XV184
CHAPTER XVI194
THE NECESSITY FOR WAR206
THE REASON FOR DECLARING WAR207
THE TIME TO DECLARE WAR208
THE QUESTION OF AUSTRIA208
MEMORANDUM209
PERILS OF WAR209
DIPLOMACY OF CONFUCIUS210
MANDATE DISSOLVING PARLIAMENT219
MEMORANDUM220
IMPERIAL EDICT223
THE NINE ARTICLES224
ALLEGED MEMORIAL BY PRESIDENT LI YUAN HUNG225
PRIVY COUNCIL226
TRANSLATION226
TUAN CHI-JUI’S MANIFESTO228
CHAPTER XVII232
APPENDIX245
I246
II247
III248
TERMS OF ABDICATION249
DOCUMENTS IN GROUP II250
THE PROVISIONAL CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA250
CHAPTER I.—­GENERAL PROVISIONS250
CHAPTER II.—­CITIZENS251
CHAPTER III.—­THE NATIONAL COUNCIL251
CHAPTER IV.—­THE PROVISIONAL PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT253
CHAPTER V.—­MEMBERS OF THE CABINET253
CHAPTER VI.—­THE JUDICIARY254
CHAPTER VII.—­SUPPLEMENTARY ARTICLES254
APPENDIX255
CHAPTER I.—­THE NATION256
CHAPTER II.—­THE PEOPLE256
CHAPTER III.—­THE PRESIDENT256
CHAPTER.  IV.—­THE LEGISLATURE257
CHAPTER V.—­THE ADMINISTRATION258
CHAPTER VI.—­THE JUDICIARY259
CHAPTER VII.—­THE TSAN CHENG YUAN259
CHAPTER VIII.—­FINANCES259
CHAPTER IX.—­PROCEDURE OF CONSTITUTION MAKING260
CHAPTER X.—­APPENDIX260
DOCUMENTS IN GROUP III263
DECLARATION263
ADDENDUM264
SINO-RUSSO MONGOLIAN AGREEMENT265
CHINO-JAPANESE TREATIES AND ANNEXES269
TREATY RESPECTING THE PROVINCE OP SHANTUNG269
EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING SHANTUNG270
EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE OPENING OF PORTS IN SHANTUNG270
TREATY RESPECTING SOUTH MANCHURIA AND EASTERN INNER MONGOLIA272
EXCHANGE OF NOTES273
SOUTH MANCHURIA274
EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE MATTER OF HANYEHPING278
EXCHANGE OF NOTES RESPECTING THE FUKIEN QUESTION278
DOCUMENTS IN GROUP IV279
DRAFT OF THE NATIONAL CONSTITUTION OF CHINA279
CHAPTER I. THE FORM OF GOVERNMENT279
CHAPTER II.  NATIONAL TERRITORY279
CHAPTER ...  GOVERNING AUTHORITY280
CHAPTER III.  THE CITIZENS280
CHAPTER IV.  THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY281
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CHAPTER VI.  THE PRESIDENT283
CHAPTER VII.  THE CABINET285
CHAPTER VIII.  COURTS OF JUSTICE285
CHAPTER IX.  LEGISLATION286
CHAPTER X. NATIONAL FINANCE286
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DRAFT SUBMITTED TO PARLIAMENT288
TARIFF REVISION IN CHINA290
THE MEMORANDUM290
THE CHINESE METHOD291
LIKIN292
COST OF ABOLITION OF LIKIN292
INCREASE OF CUSTOMS TARIFF292
A VITAL INTEREST293
MEMORANDUM293
BY DR. C. C. WU294
JAPANESE POLICE BOXES IN MANCHURIA AND MONGOLIA294
LEGAL STATUS OF KOREANS IN CHIENTAO295
THE PORTUGUESE CLAIM298
THE SIMLA CONFERENCE299
THE BOUNDARY DEADLOCK300
CHINA’S STANDPOINT301
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