III. Rule of Moderate (Second stage of Revolution)
#1- Chiang Kai-shek's coup marks the desertion of the national bourgeoisie from the revolution, which is the clash (emergence) of a Centre a national counter-revolution, and the conclusion of a deal between the Kuomintang Rights and the imperialists against the Chinese revolution.. - Chiang Kai-shek's coup signifies that in South China there will now be two camps, two governments, two armies, two Centre -- the revolutionary Centre in Wuhan and the counter-revolutionary Centre in Nanking. - Chiang Kai-shek's coup signifies that the revolution has entered the second stage of its development, which is a switch from the all-nation united front towards the revolution of vast masses of workers and peasants, agrarian revolution, which fights against imperialism and to strengthen its fight against imperialism, against the feudal landlords, and against the militarists and Chiang Kai-shek’s counter revolutionary group. This means that the struggle between the two paths of the revolution, between those who favor its further development and those who favor its liquidation, will grow more acute from day to day and fill the entire present period of the revolution. #2-
#3-the policy of close co-operation between the Lefts and the Communists within the Kuomintang acquires particular value and significance at this stage, that this co-operation reflects the alliance between the workers and peasants that is taking shape outside the Kuomintang, and that without such co-operation the victory of the revolution will be impossible. -that the principal source of strength of the revolutionary Kuomintang lies in the further development of the revolutionary movement of the workers and peasants and the strengthening of their mass organizations -- revolutionary peasant committees, workers' trade unions and other mass revolutionary organizations -- as the preparatory elements of the future Soviets, and that the principal pledge of the...
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