The Rise of Political Intellectuals in Modern China: May Fourth Societies and the Roots of Mass-Party Politics

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"This book is a social history of Wuhan radicals during China's May Fourth movement (1915-1923). The book investigates the cultural-political societies activist Yun Daiying founded, illuminating the ways in which May Fourth developed in hinterland cities and prepared the ground for the mass-party politics of the Nationalist Party and Communist Party"--Provided by publisher.

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