By Mao Tse Tung
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Additional info for Mao's Road to Power: Revolutionary Writings 1912-1949 : National Revolution and Social Revolution December 1920-June 1927
Thei ~ See below, "The Bitter Sufferings of the Peasants in Jiangsu and Zhejiang, and 1r ovements of Resistance," November 25, 1926.
Three months later, his ~fforts bore fruit in the form of a new-style Guomindang, reorganized on LeninISt principles, which held its first congress in January 1924. 59 We have included in this volume all of Mao's r 55 .. See below, ''The British and Liang Ruhao" and ''The Cigarette Tax," both pubtShed tn The Guide Weekly on August 29, 1923. Se 56. See below, "Reply to the Central Executive Committee of the Youth League," ptember 6, 1923. 57. See below, "Letter to Lin Boqu and Peng Sumin," September 28, 1923.
China's national revolution is, to put it plainly, a peasant revolution .... The Chinese Guomindang should always and everywhere consider the peasant movement as its foundation. The political measures envisaged, though formulated in moderate terms, were relatively far-reaching. They called for guiding the peasants to organize and take part in the national revolution, eliminating the warlords, compradors, local bullies, and bad gentry who harmed the peasants, and dissolving the landlord militia.