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Policing Shanghai 1927-1937
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Table of Contents

Author's Note
Acknowledgments
Introduction

PART ONE: THE CONTEXT
1 Law and Order
2 From Constabulary to Police
3 Foul Elements

PART TWO: NEW POLICING CONCEPTUALIZATIONS
4 Policing the New Civic Order
5 Asserting Sovereignty through Policing
6 Crime and Social Control

PART THREE: ORGANIZED "CRIME"
7 Vice
8 Narcotics
9 Reds

PART FOUR: IMPLICATIONS OF POLITICAL CHOICES
FOR POLICING
10 Making Choices
11 The Impact of the Japanese on Municipal Policing
12 A Second Chance: The Administration of Mayor
Wu Tiecheng

PART FIVE: THE LIMITATIONS OF THE NEW CIVIC ORDER
13 The New Life and National Salvation Movements
14 Nationalizing the Police and Making Criminality
Respectable
15 Criminalizing the Government

Conclusion: Resolutions
Tables
Appendixes
Reference Matter
Abbreviations
Notes
Bibliography
Glossary-Index
Photographs
Author's Note

About the Author

Frederic Wakeman, Jr. is Haas Professor of Asian Studies and Director of the Institute of East Asian Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of The Great Enterprise: The Manchu Reconstruction of Imperial Order in Seventeenth-Century China (California, 1985).

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