Lee Feigon. Chen Duxiu.

Biblioteca / 1980-1989

Lee Feigon. Chen Duxiu, Founder of the Chinese Communist Party.

Princeton University Press, 1983.

300 páginas.

CONTENTS

PREFACE

CHAPTER ONE

PERSPECTIVES ON CHEN DUXIU

CHAPTER TWO

AWAKENING YOUTH

«Fatherless Child»

Student of Tradition

Coming of Age

The Anhui Patriotic Society

The Youth Culture

Call to Arms

CHAPTER THREE

REVOLUTIONARY TEACHER IN ANHUI

The Anhui Common Speech Journal

Vernacular Revolution

The Use of Tradition

The Rebel: Teacher and Warrior

National Essence

Upper versus Lower Gentry

Gentry Revolution in Anhui

CHAPTER FOUR

THE POLITICS OF CULTURE

Dean of the New Culture

The Politics of the Uncompromising Scholar

The Debate over Confucius

The Literary Revolution Continues

Out of the Ivory Tower

New Vocabulary, Traditional Style

CHAPTER FIVE

PARTY FOUNDER CHEN DUXIU

Foreign Model

The Socialist Alternative

The Party of the Elite

Ambivalence to Strong Central Authority

Party Organization and Societal Development: Chen, Lenin, and Marx

The Communist International

CHAPTER SIX

THE UNITED FRONT

The Difficulties of an Independent Party

The Failure of an Alternative to the KMT

Advantages of the KMT

The «Block Within» Strategy

Theoretical Confusion

The Independent Proletarian Economic Revolution

The Meddling of the International

Chen on Social Revolution

Scapegoat

CHAPTER SEVEN

CHEN DUXIU IN OPPOSITION

Trotskyist New Youth

Trotskyist Critique

Expulsion

The Leftist Opposition

Urban Revolutionary

Last Attempts at Political Influence

The End

EPILOGUE

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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