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Late-Qing Reforms
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“Hundred Days’ Reform”, 1898 Two books: A Study of the Forged Classics of the Xin (AD 9-23) A Study of Confucius on Institutional Reform “Unfolding of Three Epochs”: Epoch of Disorder Epoch of Rising Peace Epoch of Universal Peace Petition in 5/1895: Reject the peace treaty with Japan Move the capital and continue the war Start institutional reforms Kang Youwei (1858-1927)
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“Hundred Days’ Reform”, 1898 Memorials to the emperor: Learn from Peter the Great and Emperor Meiji Revise the examination system and legal codes Establish new bureaus to replace the Grand Council and six boards Establish local bureaus of people’s affairs for self-government Create a parliament in Beijing Adopt a constitution and the principle of division of power between the executive, the legislative, and the judiciary Kang Youwei (1858-1927)
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Emperor Guangxu (1872-1908) “Hundred Days’ Reform”, 1898 112 edicts during 101 days (6/11-9/19):
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