Change of national bourgeoisies′ psychology from 1949 to 1956
Shi Ji-jin ((Dept. of Politics and Law, Bohai University, Jinzhou 121000, China)
The psychology of the national bourgeoisie changed with the radical changes from 1949 to 1956 in China. They were first suspicious and frightened and then excited on knowing the Party’s policy when the PRC was just established. They were first panicked at the beginning of the Movement of “Five Againsts” and then submissive to the Party at the end. They were first hesitating at the general line for the transitional period and then accepted socialist transformation.