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Founded as a small elite cult in Saigon in 1925, the Cao Dai became Vietnam's first nationalist organization, and by 1930 had 500,000 members in a regional population of four million. The author combines a sociological analysis of the fundamental social conditions of the genesis and development of the movement and its cultural dimensions.
Peasant Politics and Religious Sectarianism: Peasant and Priest in the Cao Dai in Viet Nam (Monography Ser. : No. 23) download epub
Author: Jayne S. Werner
ISBN: 0938692070
Category: Other
Language: English
Publisher: Yale Univ Southeast Asia Studies (October 30, 1981)
Pages: 123 pages