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The paper discusses how, in the Taiwan-based Kuomintang Political Party (KMT), the leadership nurtured economic growth and land reform that improved the standard of living for the majority of Taiwan's population. The paper proposes that the Kuomintang's suppressive nature and implementation of martial law provoked strong criticism that solidified Taiwanese identity and separation from China. The paper concludes with a discussion on Taiwan's reunification with China.
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Taiwan (2007, March 15) Retrieved April 03, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/taiwan-93317/
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