Worshipers and Warriors

@article{Perry1976WorshipersAW,
  title={Worshipers and Warriors},
  author={E. J. Perry},
  journal={Modern China},
  year={1976},
  volume={2},
  pages={22 - 4}
}
In examining China's two-thousand-year history of peasant revolt, one is struck by continuities in both location and organizational style. For century upon century, rebellions tended to erupt in similar form in particular geographical areas. To be sure, variations in demands, leadership, fighting strategy, and so on did occur in response to changing historical circumstances. Yet the overriding impression is of a tenacious persistence of certain pattems of revolt in particular geographical… Expand
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