Yoshihiro Ishikawa Ç 3 read
Egins the story in 1919 with Chinese intellectuals who wrote extensively under pen names and in fact plagiarized or translated many iconic texts of early Chinese Marxism Chinese Marxists initially drew intellectual sustenance from their Japanese counterparts until Japan clamped down on leftist activities The Chinese then turned to American and British sourcesIshikawa traces these networks through an exhaustive survey of journals newspapers and other intellectual and popular publication.
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Official Chinese narratives recounting the rise of the Chinese Communist Party CCP tend to minimize the movement's international associations Conducting careful readings and translations of recently released documents in Russian Japanese and Chinese Ishikawa Yoshihiro builds a portrait of the party's multifaceted character revealing the provocative influences that shaped the movement and the ideologies of its competitorsMaking use of public and private documents and research Ishikawa b.
summary The Formation of the Chinese Communist Party
S He reports on numerous early meetings involving a range of groups only some of which were later funneled into CCP membership and he follows the developments at Soviet Russian gatherings attended by a number of Chinese representatives who claimed to speak for a nascent CCP Concluding his narrative in 1922 one year after the party's official founding Ishikawa clarifies a traditionally opaue period in Chinese history and sheds new light on the subseuent behavior and attitude of the part.