An analysis of the roots of communism in china

Therefore, he developed the policy of supporting "bourgeois nationalism" in Western-ruled colonial areas, seeing it as the primary instrument of anti-imperialist revolution.

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Even the mainstay of the KMT, the merchants and civil servants, had become alienated from Chiang because of the terrible inflation that followed the end of the war with Japan. Since he received no help from any of the foreign powers, he welcomed that of the Comintern. As with Russian Marxists, the main problem facing the Chinese Marxists was the fact that the vast majority of the population was made up not of workers, but of peasants.

Finally, there was Sun Yat-sen and his Revolutionary Alliance see above. Finally, he continued to recognize Chiang's government as the government of China until Chiang fled to Taiwan. They therefore believe that their party ideology must be dynamic to safeguard the party's rule, unlike the Communist Party of the Soviet Unionwhose ideology became "rigid, unimaginative, ossified, and disconnected from reality.

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By that time the imperial system had fallen into decay and was totally discredited. Therefore, President Franklin D.

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