The politics of the Anti-Japanese United Front (1935-45) : Ch'en Shao-yü versus Mao Tse-tung
In late 1934, the Chinese Communists were forced to evacuate the Kiangsi Soviet by the Nationalists' Fifth Encirclement Campaign. The defeat, as the Chinese Communists perceived, was not due to the failure of the land revolution in capturing the support of the peasant masses, but to their isolation from the bourgeois strata in the nation at large. Consequently, in the summer of 1935 Ch'en Shao-yli put forward the anti-imperialist united front tactics at the Seventh Comintern...[Show more]
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