The Kuomintang left in opposition, 1928-1931 : the leftist alternative in Chinese politics
The debacle of the Kuomintang regime in Mainland China in 1949 showed that the political course pursued by Chiang Kai-shek had completely failed to meet the challenges of the time. Since then there has been much speculation on whether the Kuomintang regime would have survived in China if a different political course had been pursued by the party. This kind of curiosity has now drawn historians’ attention to the Kuomintang Left, which during 1928-31 had initiated an opposition movement...[Show more]
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