Kuroda Akinobu – A Monetary Unification Neglecting the Ground Level Myth of Unified Money in 1935 China

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« The last remaining thing brings fortune »   He we focus on what kind of transactions people on the ground level did. These transactions are quite independent from transactions by big merchants or governments. But thus they are difficult to trace: lack of sources. We ignore what the vast majority of people were doing.   How to feed Qing soldiers fighting the opium wars?   Conversion of silver taels into copper coins (used by peasants) to feed Chinese soldiers with grain was difficult a...

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