Lương Văn Can

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Lương Văn Can (梁文玕, 1854-1927) was a Vietnamese mandarin, school administrator, independence activist and writer. His most noted work is Nhà nước, "The State".[1]

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  1. ^ Vietnamese Tradition on Trial, 1920-1945 - Page 92 David G. Marr "Not being able to write what he felt about the French, Luong Van Can simply ignored them, even to the extent of inferring that the Nguyen monarchs were still independent. Probably his most interesting lesson was on "The Government" "