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Political Opposition in Post-Confucian Society
by:Peter R. Moody
"No country in the Confucian cultural area has shown great tolerance for competitive politics. China, Taiwan, the two Koreas, and Vietnam are either authoritarian or totalitarian in political structure." Thus Peter R. Moody, Jr., begins his comparative study of the historical backgrounds and contemporary political situations in post-Confucian states....
"No country in the Confucian cultural area has shown great tolerance for competitive politics. China, Taiwan, the two Koreas, and Vietnam are either authoritarian or totalitarian in political structure." Thus Peter R. Moody, Jr., begins his comparative study of the historical backgrounds and contemporary political situations in post-Confucian states. Political Opposition in Post-Confucian Society studies the obstacles to democratization in East Asia. "Japan," writes Moody, of the only exception to the political structure of this region, "has not yet proven itself a competitive democracy and the present democratic system was imposed by foreign occupation." This book demonstrates how a similar logic of politics pervades these societies despite differences in culture and political institutions. Moody provides an up-to-date analysis of politics in these countries and examines contemporary developments in a historical and cultural context.
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