The Origins of Chinese Communism

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Abbreviations to Notes
DFZZDongfang zazhi [Eastern Miscellany]
YDQHYida qianhou [The Period of the First Congress], 2 vols. Beijing:
Renmin chubanshe, 1980.
LDZXJLi Dazhao xuanji [Selected Works of Li Dazhao]. Beijing: Renmin
chubanshe, 1978.
WSSQQKJSWusi shiqi qikan jieshao [Introduction to Periodicals of the May
Fourth Period]. 6 vols. Beijing: Sanlian shudian, 1979.
XQPLXinqqi pinglun [Weekend Review].
JFGZJiefang yu gaizao, later Gaizao [Reconstruction].
WSSQSTWusi shiqidi shetuan [Societies of the May Fourth Period], 4 vols.
Beijing: Sanlian shudian, 1979.
XQNXin qingnan [New Youth].

Chapter 1
1
Maurice Meisner, Li Ta-chao and the Origins of Chinese Marxism ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1967), p. 13.
2
Ibid., pp. 13-14.
3
Martin Bernal, "Chinese Socialism Before 1913", in Jack Gray, ed., Modern China's Search for Political Form ( New York: Oxford University Press, 1969), p. 67, and Li Yu-ning, The Introduction of Socialism to China ( New York: Columbia University Press, 1971).
4
Robert Scalapino, "The Evolution of a Young Revolutionary: Mao Zedong in 1919-1920", Journal of Asian Studies 42 ( November 1982):29-61.
5
Arif Dirlik, "The New Culture Movement Revisited: Anarchism and the Idea of Social Revolution in New Culture Thinking", Modern China 11 ( July 1983): 251-300.
6
Benjamin I. Schwartz, Chinese Communism and the Rise of Mao ( Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1951), p. 8.
7
Meisner, Li Ta-chao, p. 114.
8
"Wusi shiqi lao tongzhi zuotanhui jilu" [Record of round-table discussion by old Comrades of the May Fourth period], in Jinian wusi yundong liushi zhounian xueshu taolunhui lunwen xuan [Collection of discussions in celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of the May Fourth Movement] ( Beijing: Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 1980), 1:29-30.
9
See, for example, Chen Duxiu, Duxiu wencun [Collection of works by Chen Duxiu), 2 vols. ( Shanghai, 1922), 2:117-119.
10
Schwartz, Chinese Communism, p. 33.
11
See Chapter 10. Also see Cai Wei, Wusi shiqi Makesizhuyi fandui fanMakesizhuyi sichaodi douzheng

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