Yellow Turban Religion and Rebellion at the End of Han is an article, written by Howard S. Levy, and published in 1956 in Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 76, No. 4 (Oct. - Dec.).


Yellow Turban Religion and Rebellion was released just two years before Paul Michaud's The Yellow Turbans, which contained some revolutionary facts about the Yellow Turbans and their relationship to the Five Pecks of Rice Rebels. This work, however, still implies that the Yellow Turbans and the Rice Rebels were one and the same organization. Nonetheless Howard S. Levy has made Yellow Turban Religion and Rebellion an enjoyable read and a must-have for those eager to know more about the Yellow Turbans.

List of ChaptersEdit

  1. Introduction
  2. Leadership
  3. Organization
  4. Rebellion
  5. The Taoist State in the Southwest
  6. Concluding Remarks
  7. Glossary

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