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Coping with the World Depression: The Nationalist Government's Relations with Chinese Industry and Commerce, 1932–1936

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 November 2008

Tim Wright
Affiliation:
Murdoch University

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The relationship between state and society has recently attracted increasing interest (Skocpol 1985). In many cases, particularly in Asia and the ‘third world’, the question has been posed in terms of how far the state's economic policies reflect the (real or perceived) interests of the capitalist class, or whether the state and its personnel act as an autonomous force above society pursuing policies irrelevant or even inimical to capitalist interests.

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