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《Intellectual Property》 2012-01
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The Development Of Chinese Copyright Law in the 1911 Revolution

Xue Ning  
The government of the Republic of China established through the 1911 Revolution had applied the Qing Copyright Law enacted by the Qing government under the circumstance of domestic trouble and foreign invasion for a long period,and enacted the Beiyang Government Copyright Law according to it.National crisis hastened the legislation of the first Chinese copyright law.Under the influence of the western ideology,the Chinese government had changed from tight cultural control to paying attention to people's livelihood and protection of civil rights.The development of Chinese copyright law had created conditions for propagating the new democracy theory,and betrayed that the 1911 Revolution is not a complete revolution.
【CateGory Index】: D923.41;D929
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