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《International Politics Quarterly》 2009-02
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The Basic Units,Structure,and Characteristics of the Ancient Chinese Political System

Wang Rihua  
In the ancient Chinese system there was an ever-evolving variety of political entities. The interaction between these different political entities resulted in the formation of the Hua Xia system,the Hua Yi system,the "All-under-Heaven" system,and other subsystems. Ancient Chinese systems was a hierarchical interstate system with the monarchical power at the center. It emphasized the importance of political authority,and the distribution of ideas was of vital importance to the stability and change of the system.
【CateGory Index】: D09
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