May Fourth Period - May Fourth Period (1915-25) Failure of...

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Failure of the 1911 Revolution -first parliamentary form of government in this history of the mainland -Yuan Shikai f and restoration attempts May Fourth Period (1915-25) Sun Yatsen f (right), leader of the 1911 Revolution; Yuan Shikai (left); A poster that commemorates the permanent President of the Republic of China, Yuan Shikai, and the provisional President of the Republic, Sun Yat- sen.
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Warlord Period (1916-25) -nation is politically fragmented into areas controlled by regional warlords ( f ) May Fourth Period
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May Fourth as Political Movement -protest against Versailles Treaty and Western/Japanese imperialism -nationalist movement in favor of self-determination May Fourth Period Demonstration on Tian’anmen Square, May 4, 1919
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Founding of the Chinese Communist Party (1921) -a product of May Fourth nationalism/anti-imperialism and the successful Bolshevik Revolution -Marxism and communism were one of many “isms” in which May Fourth intellectuals took interest May Fourth Room in Shanghai where the CCP held its first congress, now a museum
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