Hollow words: Guomindang propaganda
The idea that political education can alert people to some common good is by no means unique to·early twentieth century China, but events there around the time of the New Culture and May Fourth Movements did conspire to give it a particular prominence. The success of publicity campaigns and popular protests in ~919 seems to have confirmed for radical intellectuals a long-held assumption that political education, or propaganda, could, if conducted on a sufficiently massive scale, influence...[Show more]
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