Vision and Revolution

@article{Dirlik1986VisionAR,
  title={Vision and Revolution},
  author={A. Dirlik},
  journal={Modern China},
  year={1986},
  volume={12},
  pages={123 - 165}
}
In the early summer of 1907, Chinese intellectuals studying abroad launched, almost simultaneously, two openly anarchist societies, one in Paris, the other in Tokyo. These societies marked the emergence of anarchism as a distinctive current in Chinese social revolutionary thought. In the journals they published, Chinese intellectuals encountered directly for the first time major works of European radicalism and their authors. Over the next 
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