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It also included a much greater emphasis on the antifeudal social revolution in the countryside--and, partly to compensate for the weakness of the indigenous bourgeoisie, a far greater political role for the proletariat and especially for the peasantry in the bourgeois phase of the revolutionary process. Yet the bourgeois revolution that the Guomindang-CCP alliance was designed to carry out was conceived as a much more limited affair. Beneath the facade of the revolutionary rhetoric of the time, the concept was redefined to include no more than the leaders of the Guomindang were willing to accept.

Neither Yan' an Communism nor Mao Zedong are exceptions to this proposition; much of what went into the making of the former was molded by the now famous "thoughts" of the latter. And Mao did not arrive in Shaanxi in 1935 with an empty head. When Mao became a convert to Communism in 1920, many of the intellectual predispositions that were to mold his understanding of Marxism and his concept of revolution were already present, and they were reinforced by his revolutionary experiences in the 1920s and early 1930s.

It was a necessary condition, for China was a land that required national independence as well as social revolution-and the two tasks were to prove inseparable. It was on the basis of the nationalist and politically activist impulses generated by the May Fourth Movement, combined with the chiliastic expectations of an imminent international revolutionary upheaval inspired by the writings of Lenin and 1Iotsky, that the new Chinese converts to Marxism undertook the task of organizing a communist party.

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