Discourses on Salt and Iron
Bibliographical Data

中 文
I. Historical Backgrounds of the Debate
II. The Discourses and their Author
III. Huan K'uan as Prose Writer
Translation of the Yen T'ieh Lun
Chapter I. The Basic Argument
Chapter II. Hold Fast the Plough
Chapter III. Circulation of Goods
Chapter IV. Discordant Currencies
Chapter V. Hindrance to Farming
Chapter VI. Back to Ancient Truths
Chapter VII. In Criticism of Shang Yang
Chapter VIII. Ch'ao Ts'o
Chapter IX. Taunting the Puissant
Chapter X. Thrust and Parry
Chapter XI. Discoursing of Confucianists
Chapter XII. Frontiers, The Great Concern
Chapter XIII. Parks and Ponds
Chapter XIV. The Ratio of Production
Chapter XV. Undeveloped Wealth
Chapter XVI. Territorial Expansion
Chapter XVII. The Poor and the Rich
Chapter XVIII. Vilifying the Learned
Chapter XIX. Extolling the Worthy
A. Historical
B. Geographical
Yen T'ieh Lun: Chaps. XX-XXVIII
Chapter XX. Mutual Recriminations
Chapter XXI. How Ways Diverge
Chapter XXII. Impeaching the Worthy
Chapter XXIII. Pursuing the Way
Chapter XXIV. Assertions and Aspersions
Chapter XXV. Filial Piety and Filial Suport
Chapter XXVI. Cutting Exchanges
Chapter XXVII. Shrill Polemics
Chapter XXVIII. On National Ills
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