The Origins of Chinese Communism

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After Work (Gongyu),218
Anarchism: appeals of, 74-76, 83-85; and class struggle, 78; in historical interpretation, 3-5; and labor, 64-65, 81-82, 86-87; legacy of, 271-72; and Marxism, 30-32, 78; in May Fourth radicalism, 10-11, 20-21, 74-94passim; and the perception of the October Revolution, 27-29, 30-32, 34, 35, 37; and social revolution, 75-79, 83-85; in study societies, 179-81
Anarchists: participation in Party's founding, 151-52, 202, 209-16; split with Communists, 217-18. See also Communist Party of China: polemics
"An Appeal to Youth", 179. See also Kropotkin, P.
Awakening (Juewu),36, 37, 38, 62, 121-28 passim,143, 161, 188; anarchist influence on, 179; as Communist organ, 205; and dissemination of Marxism, 98, 104. See also Communist Party of China: polemics
Awakening Society, 164-65, 168, 175, 184; ideological character of, 177-78; organization of, 182; relations with Beijing of, 164-65. See also Deng Yingchao; Liu Qingyang; Zhou Enlai
Ayers, L., 39
Ba Jin, 85
Bakunin, M., 32, 49, 75
Bao Huiseng, 156, 167, 204, 209, 246-51 passim
Bebel, A., 40
Beijing Higher Normal College, 91
Beijing University ( Beida), 13, 28, 44, 58, 156-60 passim
Beijing University Common People's Education Lecturing Corps, 159-60, 175; as basis for Marxist group, 202; experience of, with labor, 187. See also Deng Zhongxia
Beijing University Student Weekly (Beijing daxue xuesheng zhoukan), 31
Beiyang Women's Normal School. See Awakening Society
Benefit the Masses Book Society, 167, 172, 176, 178, 182. See also Yun Daiying
Benefit the Masses Cotton Weaving Factory, 167
Bergere, M- C., 57
Bernstein, G., 51, 97, 110
Bianco, L., 11
Bolshevism, 261-70. See also Comintern; Dai Jitao; Lenin, V. I.; Li Dazhao; Trotsky, L.; Zhang Dongsun
Breshkovskaya, C., 24, 27
Bullitt, W., 35, 39
Cai Chang, 169, 217
Cai Hesen: and Marxism, 43, 168, 169; and Paris group, 171, 172, 217; role in converting Mao, 210-11. See also New Citizens' Study Society
Cai Yuanpei, 13, 81, 158, 172, 187; on labor, 87-88
Cao Rulin, 91
Capital,105, 106, 107, 109, 165
Capitalism, 8-9, 64, 71. See also Chen Duxiu; Communist Party of China: polemics; Zhang Dongsun
Censorship, 20, 24, 32-34
Center for the Study of Socialism. See Jiang Kanghu
Chen Da, 58
Chen Derong, 202
Chen Duxiu: on anarchism, 93-94, 223- 23, 239-44; appeal of Communism, 13; on capitalism, 230-31; erratic behavior of, 249; in historical interpretation, 8, 270; incarceration of, 184; on labor, 186, 188; on October Revolution, 22, 198; "On Politics," 221-24; role in Party's founding, 151, 153-54, 156, 157, 160-63 passim,195-201, 203-16 passim; role in promoting Marxism, 106, 168, 201; on small groups, 92, 93, 188-90; turn to socialism, 199-201. See also Communist Party of China: founding of, polemics
Chen Gongbo, 150, 159, 170, 212, 246- 51 passim


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