Sun Yat Sen and the Reorganization of the Kuomintang
An analysis of the reasons for Sun Yat Sen's alliance with Soviet and Chinese communists, arguing that the alliance was not simply a matter of expediency.
# 90553 | 900 words | 1 source | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in History (Asian) , History (Leaders) , Political Science (Communism) , Political Science (Non-U.S.) , Asian Studies (General)
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Sun Yat Sen's alliance with Soviet and Chinese communists has been attributed by many Western historians to factors such as expediency, but careful study of this period of Chinese history, combined with deeper insights into his character and personality, indicate that his motivations were much more complex. This paper asserts that Sun Yat Sen's activities involving the reorganization of the Kuomintang cannot be explained or understood by attributing them to simple expediency. Rather, the paper argues, that Sun Yat Sen was navigating very deep political and social waters at this time, and set his course in accordance with his belief in China's destiny and his belief in himself as the man who could lead his country to that destiny.
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