Yoshihiro Ishikawa. The Formation of the Chinese Communist Party.

Biblioteca / 2000-2009

Yoshihiro Ishikawa. The Formation of the Chinese Communist Party.

Nueva York: Columbia University Press, 2013. Traducción: Joshua Fogel. 480 páginas.

Publicado originalmente en Japón, en 2001, con el título Chūgoku kyōsantō seiritsu shi.

Contents

Introduction to the English Edition 

Introduction (2001) 

1 – The Reception of Marxism in China 

New Thought Trends in China at the Time of the May Fourth Movement 

The Propagation of Marxism in Beijing 

The Propagation of Marxism in Shanghai 

The Propagation of Bolshevik Texts and the Emergence of New Ideas from Without 

2 – Soviet Russia, the Comintern, and the Chinese Communist Movement

Unknown “Secret Emissaries” 

Voitinsky’s Activities 

The “Bogus” Chinese Communist Party 

3 – Toward the Formation of the Chinese Communist Party 

Movement Leading Toward the Formation of the Communist Party in Shanghai 

Communist Groups in Other Chinese Cities 

The Formation of the Chinese Communist Party: “Chinese Communist Party Manifesto” and “Report to the Comintern” 

4 – The First National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party

Preparations for Convening a National Party Congress 

The Opening of the Party’s National Congress 

Young Party Members: Shi Cuntong as a Student in Japan 

Afterword 

APPENDIX 1

Chinese Translations from Japanese of Works on Socialism, 1919–1922 

APPENDIX 2

Explanation of Chinese Books Concerning Socialism, 1919–1923 

APPENDIX 3

Shi Cuntong’s Deposition 

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