Changes in the meaning of the term 'the people' (jen-min) — an example of conceptual revolution as reflected in semantic evolution

Studies in East European Thought 12 (2):124-148 (1972)
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Analysis of the use of the key term the people shows that it has varied both semantically and syntactically along the time-line of the evolution of the CPC.
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