Concentrating on a transitional epoch, 1927–1949, when China was at the crossroads of revolution, this book analyzes the Kuomintang's inherent weaknesses as a revolutionary force and the Communists' success in the quest for new formulas to guide the modernization movement.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part 1|107 pages
The Nationalists, 1927–1937: A Case Study of Revolutionary Failure
part 2|58 pages
Sinking and Szechwan in the Era of Japanese Aggression
part 3|71 pages
The Communists, 1927–1949: In Search of Revolutionary Models