Anti-Imperialism and the Left Guomindang

  title={Anti-Imperialism and the Left Guomindang},
  author={Edmund S. K. Fung},
  journal={Modern China},
  pages={39 - 76}
Anti-imperialism and mass movements, two dominant features of the Nationalist revolution during the period of the united front 1924-1926, underwent a qualitative change following the establishment of the Nanjing government in April 1927. The Guomindang's (GMD) break with and purge of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) marked the beginning of a counterrevolution. Reorientations in the GMD's domestic and foreign policies were evident, particularly after the communist-inspired Guangzhou uprising of… 
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