New Jersey: Humanities Press, 1996. First Edition. Paperback. USED - Good. Some wear to wrap. MOderate foxing to edges and endpapers. Clean, unmarked, tight. B/W map. Appendices. Biographical List. Notes. Index. 15.3 x 23 cm. 269 pp. Item #14239
Chinese Trotskyism was the most creative and influential opposition to emerge within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) between its founding and its taking power in 1949. It included Chen Duxiu, founder and early leader of the CCP, whose ideas inspired generations of Chinese youth, including those involved in the events of 1989. This study traces the origins and history of Chinese Trotskyism from 1921 through 1952.