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《Journal of Huaihua University》 2004-01
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On Qing Dynasty's Policy towards Christianity during the Reign of King Daoguang and King Xianfeng

MO Hong-wei (CCP Member-training School of Zhanjiang,Zhanjiang,Guangdong 524032)  
The Qing government carried out a prohibition policy before the first opium war. Then,the priests have gotten many rights from China through unequal treaties,but still restricted. The Qing government carried out restriction policy towards Christianity from 1842 to 1856.
【CateGory Index】: K252
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