Socialism in China (1919-1965)

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Author: Yu Youjun;
Language: English
Page: 649
Publication Date: 04/2014
ISBN: 9787119087351
Socialism in China (1919-1965) (in English) integrates the history of China's socialist ideology and socialist movement with the history of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and that of modern China. It attempts to touch the reader with an objective narration of major historical events. a vivid depiction of great personalities. and the concise and insightful comments of the author. Dr. Yu Youjun
Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Marxism Introduced to China after the Russian October
Initiated by Li Dazhao and Chen Duxiu, the Communist Party
of China Is Founded
Chapter 2
Formulation of Ultimate and Interim Party Programs Based on
Prevailing Conditions in China;
Two-step Approach for Party's Strategies
Chapter 3
During Chen Jiongming's Mutiny, Sun Yat-sen Escapes
Aboard the Yongfeng;
Sun Decides to Ally with the Soviet Union and the CPC
Chapter 4
The United Front Founded, the National Revolution Rolls On;
Sun Yat-sen Dies but His Legacy Continues
Chapter 5
Chiang Kai-shek Launches Attacks on Communists in Shanghai;
the CPC Realizes that Political Power Grows out of the Barrel
of a Gun
Chapter 6
To Besiege Cities from the Countryside, the Jinggang Base
Is Built;
a Single Spark Starts a Prairie Fire, the Red Army
Is Founded
Chapter 7
Fighting Dogmatism, the CPC Finds the Right Path;
Exploring a New Way to Govern, the People's Republic in Embryo
Chapter 8
Wang Ming's Leftist Policy Leads the Revolution Astray;
Bo Gu's Blind Command Takes the Red Army up a Blind Alley
Chapter 9
The Zunyi Meeting Corrects the Direction of the Party;
the Long March Keeps Alive the Embers of Revolution
Chapter I0
Zhang Xueliang and Yang Hucheng Capture Chiang in the
Xi'an Incident;
Zhang Wentian and Mao Zedong Mediate for a United Front
between KMT and CPC against Japanese Aggression
Chapter 11
A Whole Nation United as One to Resist Japanese Aggression;
the CPC Wins Wide Respect for Defending National Unity
Chapter 12
Mao Zedong Crystallizes His Thoughts on the New-Democracy
Shaanxi-Gansu Base Experiments the Model of the People's
Chapter 13
Complying with the Historical Trend, the CPC Issues May
Day Slogans;
Joining Hands to Found a Democratic Government, the CPC
and the Democratic Parties Formulate the Common Program ..
Chapter 14
New-democratic Blueprint Cures the Wounds of War;
Land Reform Makes Land-to-the-tiller Dream Come True
Chapter 15
China Chooses Alliance with the Soviet Union;
Implementation of the First Five-Year Plan Leads to Economic
and Social Advancement
Chapter 16
A Premature Transition to Socialism under the General Line
which Replaces the Common Program;
Too Eager to Complete the Transformation of Agriculture,
Handicraft and Industrial and Commercial Industries
Chapter 17
Khrushchev Repudiates Personality Cult in His Secret Report;
Eighth CPC National Congress Explores New Path Based on
In-depth Research
Chapter 18
The Intra-Party Rectification Movement Turns into the Anti-
Rightist Campaign;
Purge Escalates and Becomes Reckless
Chapter 19
Following a Right Track Not for Rash Advance, a Sober Mind
Ensures Steady Progress;
the Feverish Great Leap Forward Ends in Debacle and the .
Utopia Is But a Dream
Chapter 20
Premature People's Communes Waste Money and Manpower,
Causing Lasting Calamities;
Communization Results in Chaos and Disunity, an Expensive
Chapter 21
Overnight Change of Direction at the Lushan Conference,
from Correcting Leftist Mistakes to Fighting Rightist
the Anti-Rightist Storm Surges across the Country, Millions
of Innocents Are Wronged
Chapter 22
Three-year Great Leap Forward Plunges China into an Abyss;
Readjustment Policy Helps Rescue the Nation
Chapter 23
Guarding against Revisionism, the Four Clear-ups"
Movement Aims to Pm'ge "Dissidents" within the Party;
Focusing on the Class Struggle, Mao's New Thought Sets the
Tone for the Cultural Revolution
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