- Title Pages
- Chapter One: National Identity, Nationalism, the State, and Intellectuals
- Chapter Two: Imagining Taiwan (1): Japanization, Re-Sinicization, and the Role of Intellectuals
- Chapter Three: Imagining Taiwan (2): De-Sinicization under Lee and Chen and the Role of Intellectuals
- Chapter four Imagining China (1): From Culturalism to the Three Principles of the People
- Chapter Five: Imagining China (2): The CCP’s Chinese Nationalism and the Role of Intellectuals after 1949
- Chapter Six: Imagining a Hybrid of Federation and Confederation
- Chapter Seven: Obstacles to Integration: What Does It Take for the Two Sides of the Strait to Reconcile?
- Chapter Eight: Conclusions: Whither Taiwan and Mainland China, and What the State and Intellectuals Can Do in Shaping National Identities across the Taiwan Strait
- Whither Taiwan and Mainland China
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