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Rong Ma

In: Grass-Roots Democracy in India and China: The Right to Participate

Chapter 6: Changes in Local Administration and their Impact on Community Life in the Grasslands of Inner Mongolia

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Changes in Local Administration and their Impact on Community Life in the Grasslands of Inner Mongolia
Changes in local administration and their impact on community life in the grasslands of inner Mongolia
RongMa

During the past half century, the local administrative system in China experienced several fundamental changes. These changes were accompanied by the political movement for regime change, civil wars and efforts by the central government to penetrate the remote border regions. In 1911, the Qing dynasty was overthrown in a national revolution movement. Between this year and 1949 (the founding year of the People's Republic), different administrative systems prevailed in different parts of China, such as the Dalai Lama and Kashag government in Tibet, several Mongolian princedoms in Inner Mongolia, Hui warlords in Ningxia, Gansu ...

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