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people during the 1911 revolution
7.What were the major tasks confronting Chiang Kai-shek and his Nationalist government from 1927 to 1937?
8.To what extent did Chiang Kai-shek’s government implement Sun Yat-sen’s vision of liberal democracy in China? To what extent did Chiang depart from Sun’s vision as well as from the “May Fourth Spirit” in general?
Identification TermsThe midterm will also include fiveout of eightidentification questions, all of which I have discussed in lectures. Good answers will conciselyidentify the person, place, movement, concept, group or event, and then state why it is significant. Ideally this should require no more that a brief paragraph. You could, of course, write a book on any of these topics, but for the purpose of the exam, give me only the short version. You will also notice that knowledge of these terms is closely related to the review questions posed above. Example
The Yanan Forum on Literature and Art: Held during the CCP’s rectification campaign of 1942-44. Mao wrote that all literature and art is colored by ideological influence and thus has a political function. There is no “art for art’s sake.” Intellectuals must learn from the masses and produce work that reflects their concerns and interests. Part of Mao’s campaign to cut down on dissent

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