Socialism with Chinese Characteristics: Sun Yatsen and the International Development of China

@article{Godley1987SocialismWC,
  title={Socialism with Chinese Characteristics: Sun Yatsen and the International Development of China},
  author={Michael R. Godley},
  journal={The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs},
  year={1987},
  pages={109 - 125}
}
  • M. Godley
  • Published 1 July 1987
  • Political Science
  • The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs
If and when the People's Republic of China (PRC) and Guomindang remnants on Taiwan reach a modus vivendi, the 'Third United Front', like the First and Second, must surely give lip service to the 'Three People's Principles of Sun Yatsen' nationalism, democracy and the people's livelihood. There has never been disagreement over nationalism. One-party democracy has been a problem on both sides, but for that very reason has not normally been open to debate. Only the ambiguous doctrine packaged as… 

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