New Perspectives on the Chinese Communist Revolution

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Tony Saich, Hans J. Van de Ven, Hans Van de Ven
M.E. Sharpe, 1995 - 414 頁
New Perspectives on the Chinese Communist Revolution brings together the work of a new, international generation of students of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) history. Exploiting new sources made available in China in the 1980s, some chapters in this book bring new events and areas into the study of the CCP. Other chapters provide detailed analyses on the basis of new evidence of long-standing problems in the history of the CCP, such as the rise of Mao Zedong. Yet others are significant because they offer new explanatory frameworks for understanding CCP history, such as the importance of Yanan as symbolic capital. New issues are brought up, such as the role of women, internal CCP terror, the use of opium sales to sustain the Yanan economy, and the great difficulty of controlling mass peasant movements once mobilized. The most important contribution of the volume is to show that the old explanations of the CCP's success - peasant support, organizational strength, the supply of administrative services - are incomplete and do not account for the diverse and heterogeneous nature of the CCP and the great difficulties it had in building up mass support. This volume makes clear that the question of the CCP's success remains one of the most elusive but also most important that historians of China face today.

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Saich, Tony: A very good selection of essays that takes turns challenging Seldon’s Yenan Way. Originally essays from a conference, each essay looks at the development of the CCP prior to its victory ... 閱讀評論全文

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第 399 頁 - Hans J. Van de Ven, From Friend to Comrade: The Founding of the Chinese Communist Party, 1920-1927 (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1991); Tony Saich, The Origins of the First United Front in China:The Role of Sneevliet (alias Maring), 2 vols.

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