The May 30 movement : an outline
The roots of the disturbances leading to the May 30 incident are to be found in labour unrest in Japanese textile mills in Shanghai, and the introductory chapter attempts to explain this against the background of industrial growth and the beginnings of trade unionism, accompanied by the development of the C.C.P. and its alliance with the K.M.T. A further significant factor discussed was China's failure to improve her international position following W.W.I., a failure particularly...[Show more]
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