Marxist Intellectuals and the Chinese Labor Movement: A Study of Deng Zhongxia (1894-1933)

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University of Washington Press, 1997 - Communists - 309 pages
Using newly available materials, this study makes a major contribution to the current historiography of the Chinese Communist movement by using the life of Deng Zhongxia, who has been ignored by historians in the Western academic world, to analyze the Communist leadership from a new perspective. It also provides a comprehensive account of the most important labor movement in modern China and a critical assessment of its contribution to the Chinese revolution. Students and specialists in modern Chinese history and politics and those interested in labor movements and in communism in general will find this study enlightening.
 

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Contents

The Emergence of a Labor Leader
9
Guangdong and Hong Kong
52
The Triumph of the Alliance between Workers
101
Revolution and Counterrevolution
156
Imperialism and Nationalist Revolution
197
The Tragedy of a Labor Hero
224
Epilogue
261
Glossary
269
Bibliography
275
Index
297
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