This book examines what judicial modernity actually meant to the Chinese state and society—to administrative officials and judicial officers, county magistrates and their staff, civil litigants and criminal defendants, and elite and non-elite people in local society. It explores the impact of reform on local society and how it changed social dynamics and power relations.
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