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CHAPTER SEVEN: THE ARTERY OF CHINA'S REVOLUTIONARY RECONSTRUCTION AND THE CRITICAL QUESTIONS DETERMINING HER DESTINY

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Success or failure of national reconstruction hinges upon the transformation of social customs and public morale. Only the Three People's Principles are based upon absolute public good and developed from absolute sincerity. With regard to the relation between the people of the entire country and the Kuomintang, Sun Yat-sen clearly stated: "Every citizen of the country not only has the privilege of joining the Party, but also the duty to join it". The Kuomintang and the San Min Chu I Youth Corps are the organizations to solidify the state and the nation into one body. China's destiny rests entirely with the Kuomintang. During the past, every party that opposed the Kuomintang was defeated, no matter how big it was and no matter how powerful the military forces it controlled. This was especially true of the warlords and parties that had the backing of Japanese imperialism.

Keywords: China's destiny; Japanese imperialism; Kuomintang; national reconstruction; San Min Chu I; Sun Yat-sen

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