from new policies to revolution of 1911

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Unformatted text preview: From New Policies to the Revolution of 1911 The Boxer Rising, 1900 International force of eight powers (Britain, U.S., Japan, Russia, Germany, France, Austria, Italy) enters the Forbidden City BOXER PROTOCOL, 1901 Execute leading Boxer supporters Erect monuments to the memory of more than 200 Western dead Ban all exams for 5 years in cities with atrocities against foreigners Station international forces along the route to Beijing Dismantle coastal fortress Pay reparation of 450 million taels over 39 years (almost 1000 millions including interests) New Policies (1901-1905) Empress Dowager Cixi (1835-1908) Abolition of the civil service examination, 1905 Ministry of Commercial Affairs Chambers of Commerce Modern financial system Legal reform Modern police system The New Army Select students to study abroad Permission for marriage between the Manchus and the Chinese Liberation of women from foot-binding Prohibition of opium New Policies (1901-1905) Bank of China, founded 1906 New Policies (1901-1905)...
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2010 for the course GOV 38915 taught by Professor Edwards during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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